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First Year (English) 

Third Edition 
Sha'banul Mu'azzam 1431 Al Hijri - July 2010 



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Islaam is the religion that conforms perfectly to human nature 
and hence a complete code of life. It guides a person at every turn 
of his life, whether it concerns his public or private life — being 
engrossed in worship, business, his moments of joy and grief. 
There is not a single aspect of man's life about which Islam does 
not offer complete guidance. 

In fact a person can be successful only when he lives his 
whole life in conformity with the teachings of Islam. It is for this 
reason that Nabi Muhammad j^f* has made it obligatory for 
every Muslim individual to seek as much knowledge as is 
necessary for him. He said, "Seeking knowledge is obligatory 

for every Muslim." [Ibnu Maajah : 224,Anasj&jj£] 

Nabi Muhammad f^Jpalso specified that the teachers and 
students of Deen are the best of people from the Ummah. He said, 
"The best of you are those who learn the Qur'aan and teach 

it," [Bukhaari : 5027, Uthmaan Bin Affaan^^] 

Furthermore, the people of knowledge have been given the 
responsibility of teaching people without knowledge. He also 
emphasised, "Acquire knowledge and teach it to the people," 

[Shu'abul Imaan : 1742 , Abu Bakr-^^] 

Therefore, the scholars and reformers of the Ummah from the 
time of the Sahabah $%ij0 and during every era after them exerted 
themselves to educate the masses about the Deen and made untold 
sacrifices to spread it. It is because of their sacrifices that we have 
the Deen before us today in its pure form and we also have the 
names of Allaah and His Messenger $$3? on our tongues. May 
Allaah grant them the best of rewards on our behalf and on behalf 
of all Muslims, Aameen. 

What we need to focus upon is how to get our children to 
remain steadfast upon the Deen. How will they become dedicated 
to fulfil the commands of Allaah Ta'aala? It is evident that 



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according to the system of Allaah , this will be established only 
with a whole-hearted effort. The Deen will remain alive in the 
lives of our future generations if we make a progress in that 
direction. It is therefore our religious and parental duty to concern 
ourselves with the Deen and Imaan of our children and to get them 
to practise upon the teachings and directives of the Deen. 

The easiest and most effective manner of fulfilling this 
responsibility during these times is the one employed by our 
seniors who established the institutions of Makaatib and Madaaris 
which serve as fortresses for the protection of the Deen as well as 
the bases to spread it world-wide. Such institutions need to be 
established everywhere and run efficiently with the best of syllabi. 
An awakening of Deen will occur and an environment of 
knowledge and religiousness will develop. This will serve to 
safeguard the Deen in the lives of our future generations. 

The Deeniyat Institute has started a humble effort in this 
direction to promote a systematic syllabus for the Makaatib. Using 
the name Deeniyat as a title to the series, syllabi have been prepared 
for children and for adult men and women. The children's syllabus 
has been divided into the following three categories: CD Primary 
(2) Secondary (5) Advanced. 

Apart from the Zero Course, the primary course runs for a 
period of five years. This includes completion of the Qur'aan 
together with the important aspects of Deen. You have in your 
hand the syllabus for the first year, which includes the same 
sequence of the heading and subjects as in the previous years. The 
introduction of the syllabus and its features have been elaborated 
in the text book of the first year, it can be referred to whenever 
required. 

Our Du'aa to Allaah is to accept this humble effort and to 
create unity, steadfastness and sincerity within every person 
involved in this effort. (Aameen) 






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Introduction to the Syllabus 



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This syllabus has five main subjects 

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Nooraani Qaa'idah / Qira'atul Qur'aan with the 
Qur'aan : implementation of the rules of tajweed and 

Hifdhus Surah. 



Hadeeth : Du'aa and Sunnah and Hifdhul Hadeeth. 



Aqaa'id (Beliefs), and : Aqaa'id (Beliefs), Salaah, Al-Asmaa-ul-Husna 

Masaa'il (Rules) and Masaa'il (Rules) . 



Islaamic Upbringing ; lsl f™ c ^°ff g ^ Speech and Du ' aa ' Seemh 
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Language : Arabic, Urdu. 



Topics to be Taught Nooraani Qaa'idah / Qira'atul Qur'aan 

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Throughout Year: taj weed and Hifdhus Surah 



Together with the above the remaining topics need to be taught as follows: 

Du'aa and Sunnah, Aqaa'id (Beliefs), 
In the First Five Months - Salaah, Islaamic Knowledge, Speech 
and Du'aa, Arabic and Urdu 



In the Second Five 



Hifdhul Hadeeth, Al-Asmaa-ul-Husna, 
: Masaa'il (Rules), Seerah, Deen Made 
Months Easy and Urdu. 




eatures of this Syllabus 



This is a one year concise syllabus to be taught regularly for 
an hour in the presence of a teacher, If a student studies for 
one hour daily along with his school activities he will be able 
to learn the important basics of Deen. 



Special attention has been given to teach the essentials of 
Deen and those aspects that occur on a daily basis during the 
first five months . If a student perchance happens to leave 
after a few months he will not be deprived of the basic 
essentials of Deen. 



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In order to create eagerness in the children special 
consideration has been given to practical benefits on a daily 
basis which will motivate parents to send their children to the 
maktabs and the problem of leaving in between will be solved 
to a great extent. 



For students to understand and study with zeal and 
enthusiasm an explanatory definition and a few words of 
encouragement have been given before each topic and under 
the title "Guidelines for the teacher" the method of teaching 
that topic has been explained. 



This syllabus is designed in such a manner that the day and 
month of every lesson has been stipulated so that together 
with the teacher, the parents are aware of the progress of the 
child. This will ease the important aspect of supervision and 
weak areas can be addressed accordingly. 



To create interest and love of Allaah Ta'aala and Nabi 
Muhammad $j£$*a poem in praise of Allaah Ta'aala (hamd) 
and a poem in praise of our Nabi |*§^P (Na'at) has been 
included at the beginning of each book. 



The Nooraani Qaa'idah that has been revised by the Da'watul 
Haqq Committee in Hardoi (India) has been included in the 
syllabus together with necessary and beneficial notes. When 
arranging the lessons, consideration has been given to ensure 
that the rules discussed in every lesson have some 
relationship with those discussed in the previous lesson. For 
this reason, some lessons appearing in the original Nooraani 
Qaa'idah have been rearranged. Furthermore, the language 
use to explain the rules of taj weed has also been simplified. 



In this syllabus students are taught to perform salaah 
practically from the very beginning so that from a young age 
they begin to perform salaah correctly, according to the 
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To create courage in the students for addressing a gathering 
on any Deeni topic without hesitation, a speech and Du'aa 
have been included in this syllabus. 



To create the love and complete obedience of our Nabi^i^the 
topic of seerah ( the life history of Nabi Muhammad ,^-^P) has 
been included in the syllabus in a question and answer from. 



For the Islaamic upbringing of the students a simple 
explanation of the Ahadeeth given in Hifdhul Hadeeth have 
been given under the topic "Deen made easy". This will 
create an enthusiasm and eagerness in the students to practice 
the whole of Deen. Moreover the students will become aware 
that besides Imaaniyaat (Islaamic beliefs) and Ibaadaat (acts 
of worship) Mu'aamlaat (Business dealings), Mu'aasharah 
(Social life) and Akhlaakiyaat (Good character) are 
important branches of Deen. 



At the end of the book questions related to each topic are 
given on a monthly bases for revision purposes. 



All the subject matter in the syllabus has been sourced from 
authentic references, using the third edition of Al 
Maktabatush Shaamilah. Where reference could not be made 
to Al Maktabatush Shaamilah, reference has been made to 
the original book with a "B" sign next to it. 






The Method of Teaching this Syllabus 



This syllabus has been designed to be taught with a method of 
teaching without which maximum benefits cannot be derived. It is 
therefore necessary to bear the following guidelines in mind while 
teaching it: 



An hour has to be allocated everyday for teaching it. 



A few days are to be spent at the beginning of the year to 
arrange the students into groups and explain to them how to 
study the book properly. This time should also be used to 
highlight the virtues of the subjects to be taught so that the 
students may learn with enthusiasm. 



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It is very important that the entire syllabus be taught on a 
collective basis, phrase by phrase. Therefore, the teacher will 
first recite ' j&o^sjT', after which the students will collectively 
repeat the words. Thereafter, the teacher will recite <Zfr&\oi" 
after which the students will again repeat the words 
collectively. Inshaa Allaah , it will become easy for the 
students to learn when they have repeated the lessons several 
times. 



In this syllabus days and months are allocated for teaching 
the lessons. As there are four to five holidays in a month, 
twenty-five to twenty-six days are left for study, out of which 
twenty days are reserved for teaching and the last four to five 
days for revision. This revision covers the lessons of the 
current month as well as those of the previous months. 

Months and days have been specified in the timetable for 
each lesson. One needs to make an effort to adhere to the days 
and months when completing the lessons. When the last 
lesson for the month has been completed, make a note of the 
date, sign your initials in the column provided and have the 
parent or guardian of the child also sign in acknowledgement. 



If a subject for the month has been completed before the end 
of the month, the remaining time may be used for another 
subject so that all subjects for the month may be completed in 
the same month. 



While teaching the subjects of the second five months, 
revision should also be done of the work completed during 
the first five months. For example, revision of the Du'aas and 
Sunnah may be done during the revision of the Ahadeeth that 
have been memorised. Similarly, revision of Aqaa T id may be 
done with the revision of Al-Asmaa-ul-Husna and revision of 
Salaah may be done with the revision of Masaa'il. 



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The definition of a subject is neither the literal nor technical 
meaning of the subject, but a broad and commonly 
understood meaning to introduce it to the students in a 
manner they can understand properly. It is therefore 
important to read this definition to the students daily when 
alternating between subjects or to have one of them read it 
aloud. 



During the days of revision, one should encourage the 
students so that they realise the importance of every subject 
and learn with enthusiasm. A few Qur'aanic verses and 
Ahadeeth have been included to provide encouragement, 
together with a few words of explanation. These may be 
recited to provide encouragement, but more time should not 
be taken for explanations. The students may, however, be 
asked a few questions only to ascertain whether they have 
understood. For example, after reading the words of 
encouragement in Nooraani Qaa'idah a student may be 
asked, during the Qur'aanic recitation, "What reward do we 
get by reciting the Qur r aan and remembering Allaah ? " 



Questions concerning every month's work have been given at 
the end of the book. These may then be posed to the students 
once they have completed revision of the month's work. 



There is a chart given at the end of the text book to check the 
attendance of the Salaah. Mark appropriately in the square as 
suggested. There is another chart for the monthly attendance 
of the students, their absence and fees. At the end of every 
month write details about the teaching days, attendance, 
absence and fees. Put your signature here and ask the students 
to get it signed by their parents. 



While revising the work of the students who have been absent 
from class, check first if the lesson will be repeated ahead. If 
so, then it will be covered then. However, if the lesson will 
not be repeated ahead or the lesson is such that future lessons 
cannot be understood without it, then the student needs to be 
taught individually by the teacher or by a competent student. 



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If understanding the future lessons does not depend on the 
missed lesson, the lessons may continue as normal with the 
entire class to maintain the system. The missed lesson can 
then be taught during the time allocated for revision. 



If the students are coming to study for two hours, let them 
occupy the rear seats and get busy with either the exercise of 
the lessons of the Nooraani Qaa'idah under the supervision of 
the teacher or just learning the other surahs in addition to 
what is prescribed in the course. In this manner they will be 
able to memorise some part of the Qur'aan along with the 
school studies. 






If one needs to teach several classes within the hour, one class 
will be taught first, after which a capable student from the 
same class will be given the task of teaching something to the 
class to keep them busy. The next class may then be taught for 
a while, after which someone from them will continue 
teaching as was done with the first class. In this manner, each 
class will be taught in turns by the teacher and then by a 
selected student. 



Group formation is necessary even while checking the 
lessons of different classes. Listen to the lesson of each group 
separately . The way to do this is that in each group the 
students should read out the lessons little by little daily in 
order to enable all the students of the group to listen. The 
errors pointed out and corrected in a lesson should be clear 
enough for all the students to note. 



If some students in a class are ahead of others in a lesson of 
the Qur'aan. Teach less to the student in the lead but more to 
the one behind. While teaching a student, let all the other 
students open the same lesson. For example, if a student has 
his lesson in the third juz, the second one in the seventh juz 
and the third one in the eleventh juz. While teaching three 
lines to the student in the eleventh juz all the students should 
also open the eleventh juz. While teaching five lines to the 
student in the seventh juz all the students should also open the 
seventh juz. Similarly while teaching seven lines to the 
student of the third juz all the students should open the third 
juz. This method will help in revision and later in developing 
the collective spirit. 



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By the grace of Allaah Ta'aala we have prepared a five year 
primary course and hope that if a student from standard one to 
standard five completes this course he would have In- Shaa- Allaah 
learnt salaah and many basic masaa'il (rules) that occur on a daily 
basis. We are also preparing a five year secondary course, 
whereby a student In- Shaa- Allaah will be able to fulfill certain 
important responsibilities like performing Jumu'ah salaah, both 
Eid salaah, making Imaamat and lecturing. After the completion 
of the secondary course a five year advanced course will In-Shaa- 
Allaah be prepared wherein students with school and college 
education can become well aware of the knowledge of Qur'aan, 
Hadeeth, Aqaa'id (beliefs) and Masaa'il (rules) together with 
Urdu and Arabic literature. Thereafter, if one decides to earn a 
living, this deeni knowledge will prove very beneficial for him, on 
the other hand if he decides to go to madrasah then within a few 
years he can complete his Aalim course and become a means of 
guiding others on a larger scale. 

Our objective in compiling this syllabus is that during the 
studying period of every child some time daily should be spent for 
learning Deen. This will make it easy for him to practice Deen and 
to become a true representative of Nabi Muhammad SI in every 
sector of society and instead of being impressed by others he will 
influence them. 

We make du'aa to Allaah Ta'aala to accept our efforts and 
make it beneficial for the whole ummah. Aameen! 



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first five months of the year: 



Beginning with 



[Hamd] [Na'at] 



1-Qur'aan 



Nooraani Qaa'idah 
[Hifdhus Surahs] 



40 minutes 



2-Hadeeth 



[Du'aa and Sunnah] 



5 minutes 



3-Aqaa'ld (Beliefs) and 
Masaa'll (Rules) 



[Aqaa'id (Beliefs)] [Salaah] 



5 minutes 



4-lslaamic Upbringing %£2S$T 



5 minutes 



5-Language 



[Arabic] [Urdu] 



5 minutes 



The subjects to be taught during the 
second jive months oj the year: 



Beginning with 



[Hamd] [Na'at] 



1-Qur'aan 



Nooraani Qaa'idah 
[Hifdhus Surahs] 



40 minutes 



2-Hadeeth 



[Hifdhul Hadeeth] 



5 minutes 



3-Aqaa'id (Beliefs) and [AI-Asmaa-ul-husna] 
Wlasaa'il (Rules) [Masaa'il (Rules)] 



5 minutes 



4-lslaamic Upbringing [Seerah] [Deen Made Easy] 



5 minutes 



5-Language 



[Urdu] 



5 minutes 



NOTE: The time fixed for each topic may be increased or decreased as 
necessary. 



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Qira'atul 
Qur'aan 


Beginning with Alif, Baa f Taa up to the complete recitation of 
the Qur'aan. 


Hifdhus 
Surahs 


Ta'awwudh, Tasmiya, Suratul Faatihah and twenty-one surahs 
(Suratudh DhuhaatoSuratun Naas)and Aayatul Kursi. 


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Du'aa 

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Sunnah 


Du'aas for thirty-eight actions and the Sunnah practices of 
thirteen activities (e.g. Sunnah way of eating, drinking, 
sleeping, visiting the Masjid, home, toilet, etc). 


Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 


Forty Ahadeeth with translation, according to the five broad 
branches of Deen, viz. Imaaniyaat, Ibaadaat, Mu'aamalaat, 
Mu'aasharah and Akhlaaqiyaat . 


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Aqaa'id 
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Five kalimahs, Al-lmaanul Mujmal, Al-lmaanul Mufassal and 
the basic beliefs every Muslim must have conviction in, such 
as Allaah, Nabi Muhammad $$f* , the divine books, angels, 
the hereafter, etc. 


Salaah 


Complete Salaah with all relevant Du'aas, together with the 
manner of performing and leading six other salaahs, such as 
the Witr salaah, salaah of the ill, Jumu'ah salaah, traveller's 
salaah, etc. The salaah should be taught practically and 
students are to be monitored. 


Al-Asmaa 
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The ninety-nine descriptive names of Allaah. 


Masaa'il 
(Rules) 


The necessary rules of cleanliness and salaah, such as 
ghusl, wudhu, the Faraa'idh of salaah, the Waajibaat of 
salaah, etc. A brief introduction of zakaah, fasting and Hajj 
has also been given. 




Islaamic One hundred and ten questions and answers regarding the 
Knowledge important facts of Islaam, Islaamic personalities and 
historical places. 


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Brief life history of Nabi Muhammad%tf and the four rightly 
Seerah guided Khulafaa, viz. Abu Bakr^ii#, UmarJ^ifet, Uthmaan 
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Arabic 


Arabic numbers and words for things used on a daily bases, 
Islaamic months and days and the names of the limbs of the 
body. 


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Urdu 


Beginning with Alif, Baa, Taa up to developing the ability to 
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Lessons for the First Month 



Nooraani . Dots and Sjng | e Let t e rs. 



Qur'aan 



Qaa'idah 



Hifdhus 



miDnus . ja'awwudh and Tasmiyah. 



Hadeeth 



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c.nnoh : recite the Du'aa before Eating and Du'aa after 
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Aqaa'id ^^A : Al-Kalimatut Tayyibah with Translation. 



(Beliefs) 

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Masaa'il 

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Salaah 



. Words of Salaah: At-Takbeeratut Tahreemah, 
Tasbeeh of Ruku and Tasmee. 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Islaamic . Four questions and answers regarding Islaam and 
Knowledge " Islaamic personalities 



Speech . Qne Speech and One Du'aa. 
and Du aa 



Language Arabic 



Counting and Arabic Words. 



Lessons for the Second Month 



Nooraani . Recognition of the Letters from Alif to Yaa. 



Qur'aan 



Qaa'idah 

Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Suratul Faatihah. 



Hadeeth 



Du'aa and 
Sunnah 



Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

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Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Aqaa'id 
(Beliefs) 



Salaah 



Islaamic 
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Speech 
and Du'aa 



Language Arabic 



Sunnah Way of Eating. 



Al-Kalimatut Tayyibah with Translation. 



Words of Salaah: Tahmeed, The Tasbeeh of 
Sajdah and Salaam. 



Islaamic . Five questions and answers regarding Islaam and 
Knowledge ' Islaamic personalities. 



One Speech and One Du'aa. 



Arabic Words and Names of Food and Drink. 



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Hadeeth 

Aqaaid 

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Masaa'il 

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Nooraani 

Qaa'idah 

Hifdhus 

Surahs 



Different forms of Joined Letters and Examples of 
Joined Letters 



Suratul Faatihah. 



Du'aa and 
Sunnah 



Sunnah Way of Drinking Water, Du'aa before 
Sleeping and after Waking Up, 



Aqaaid 
(Beliefs) 



Al-Kalimatush Shahaadah with Translation. 



Salaah 



Words of Salaah: Thanaa. 



Islaamic 

Upbringing 



Islaamic 
Knowledge 

Speech 
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Three questions and answers regarding Islaam 
and Islaamic personalities. 

One Speech and One Du'aa. 



Language Urdu 



Letters in Alphabetical and Non Alphabetical Order 
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Qur'aan 



Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 



Examples of Joined Letters in the Beginning, 
Middle and the End, the Harakaat (Short Vowels) 
Faf hah, Examples of Fathah on Two and Three 
Letter Words, Kasrah, Examples of Kasrah on Two 
and Three Letter Words. 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Suratul Lahab. 



Hadeeth 



Du'aa and 
Sunnah 



Du'aa before Entering and after Leaving the Toilet. 



Aqaaid 

(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Aqaaid 

(Beliefs) 



Al-Kalimatush Shahaadah with Translation. 



Salaah 



Words of Salaah: At-Tashahhud. 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Language 



Islaamic . Four questions and answers regarding Islaam and 
Knowledge ' Islaamic personalities. 



Speech . Qne Speech and One Du'aa. 
and Du aa r 



Urdu 



Zabar, Zer, Pesh, Letters in Non Alphabetical 
Order, The Method of Joining Letters and Alif. 



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Lessons for the Fifth Month 



Qur'aan 



IMooraani 

Qaa'idah 



Examples of Kasrah on Three Letter Words, 
Dhammah, Examples of Dhammah on Two and 
Three Letter Words. 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Suratul Lahab and Suratul Ikhlaas. 



Hadeeth 



Du'aa and 

Sunnah 



Du'aa after Leaving the Toilet and Specific Du'aas 
for Various Occasions. 



Aqaa'id Aqaald 

(B 5 s) < Beliefs > 

Masaall . 

(Rules) Salaah 



Al-Kalimatush Shahaadah with Translation. 



Words of Salaah: At-Tashahhud. 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Language 



Islaamic . Four questions and answers regarding Islaam and 
Knowledge ' Islaamic personalities. 



Speech 
and Du'aa 



One Speech and One Du'aa. 



Urdu 



How to Join Letters from Alif to Khaa. 



Lessons for the Sixth Month 



Qur'aan 



Nooraani . General Examples of Harkah, Sukoon, Examples 
Qaa'idah " of Sukoon with FatTiah, Kasrah and Dhammah. 

Hifdhus 
Surahs 



: Suratul Falaq. 



Hadeeth 



Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



: Hadeeth One on Imaaniyaat. 



Aqaald 

(Beliefs) 

and 

Masaall 

(Rules) 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Al-Astnaa 



ul-Husna : Names of Allaah 1 ■ 2 ' 3 " 



Masaa'il 
(Rules) 



Faraa'idh of Ghusl (Bathing). 



Seerah 



. Four questions and answers regarding the 
Seerah of Nabi Muhammad fitft . 



Deen 

Made 



Easv " ^ ne Wesson on Imaaniyaat. 



Language Urdu 



: How to Join Letters from Daal to Ghain. 



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Qufaan 



Nooraani 

Qaa'idah 



Examples of Sukoon with Fat'hah, Kasra and 
Dhammah, Hamzah Saakinah, AI-Hurooful- 
Maddah, Alif Maddah and Yaa Maddah. 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Suratun Naas. 



Hadeeth 



Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



Aqaa'id Al-Asmaa 

(Beliefs) -ul-Husna 

and 

Masaa'il Masaa'il 

(Rules) (Rules) 



Hadeeth Two on Ibaadaat. 
Names of Allaah 4, 5, 6. 



Faraa'idh of Wudhu (Ablution). 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Seerah 



Four questions and answers regarding the Seerah 
ofNabi Muhammad ; 0$*. 



Deen 

Made Easy 

Language Urdu 



One Lesson on Ibaadaat. 



How to Join Letters from Faa to Haa. 




Lessons for the Eighth Month 




Qur'aan 



Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 

Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Yaa Maddah, Waaw Maddah, General Examples 

and the Upright Fat'hah. 



Hadeeth 



. Revision of Ta'wwudh, Tasmiyah and Suratul 
Faatihah. 



Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



: Hadeeth Three on Mu'aamalaat. 



Aqaa'id Al-Asmaa 

(Beliefs) -ul-Husna 

and 

Masaa'il Masaa'il 

(Rules) (Rules) 



Names of Allaah 7, 8, 9. 
The Five Salaahs. 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Seerah 



. Three questions and answers regarding the 
Seerah ofNabi Muhammad^f. 



Deen 

Made Easy 



One Lesson on Mu'aamlaat. 



Language Urdu 



Waaw after a Zabar, Waaw Ma'roof and Majhool, 
: Yaa after a Zabar, Yaa Ma'roof and Majhool and 
Two Letter Words®. 



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Qur'aan 



Hadeeth 



Nooraani 

Qaa'idah 

Hifdhus 
Surahs 

Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



The Upright Kasrah, Inverted Dhammah, Letters 
of Leen, Waaw Leen and Yaa Leen. 



: Revision of Suratul Lahab and Suratul Ikhlaas. 
: Hadeeth Four on Mu'aasharah. 



Aqaa'id ^fc 3 : Names of Allaah 10, 11, 12. 

(Beliefs) ui liusna ^^ 

and 

Masaa'il Masaa'il . The Five Salaahs, Number of Rakaahs in every 

(Rules) (Rules) ■ Salaah and the Conditions of Salaah (Sharaa'it). 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Language 



Seerah 



. Four questions and answers regarding the Seerah 
ofNabi Muhammad &#*. 



Deen 
Made Easy 



: One Lesson on Mu'aasharah. 



Urdu 



Two Letter Words®, (D and Sentences 

" withTwo Letter Words (D, (2). 



Lessons for the Tenth Month 



Qur'aan 



Nooraani . Examples of The Letters of Maddah and the 
Qaa'idah " Letters of Leen, Tanween and Noon Saakin. 



Hifdhus 



n mis : Revision of Suratul Falaq and Suratun Naas. 



Hadeeth 
Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

and 

Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



Hadeeth Five on Akhlaaqiyaat. 



Isfaamic 
Upbringing 



Al-Asmaa 
-ul-Husna 



Names of Allaah 13, 14, 15. 



Masaa'i 
(Rules) 



The Conditions of Salaah (Sharaa'it). 



Seerah 



Four questions and answers regarding the Seerah 
ofNabi Muhammad r&^P. 



Deen 
Made Easy 



Language Urdu 



One Lesson on Akhlaaqiyaat. 

Sentences with Two Letter Words ® and 
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SUBJECTS 


Page 
No. 


Beginning With 




Hamd and 
Na'at 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


20 


Hamd and Guidelines for 
Na'at- the Teacher 


20 


Hamd 


21 


Na'at 


22 


1 - Qur'aan 




Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


23 


Nooraani _ Guidelines for 
Qaa'idah the Teacher 


24 


Makhaarij-Pronunciation of 
Letters 


25 


Dots 


27 


Single Letters. 


27 


Recognising the Letters 


28 


A Complete Table of the 
Alphabet 


35 


Different Forms of 
Joined Letters 


36 


The Harakaat (Short Vowels) 


39 


The Sukoon 


44 


The Hamzah Saakinah 


45 


The letter of Maddah 
(Long Vowels) 


46 


Upright Fat'hah, Upright Kasrah 
and Inverted Dhammah 


49 


The Letters of Leen 


53 


Tanween 


55 



SUBJECTS 


Page 
No. 


The Noon Saakin 


57 


Hifdhus 
Surah 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


58 


HifdhuS _ Guidelines for 
Surah the Teacher 


58 


Ta'awwuz 


59 


Tasmiyah 


59 


Suratul Faatihah 


59 


Suratul Lahab 


60 


Suratul Ikhlaas 


60 


Suratul Falaq 


60 


Suratun Naas 


61 


2 - Hadeefh 




Du'aa and 
Sunnah 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


62 


Du'aa and Guidelines for 
Sunnah the Teacher 


62 


Du'aa before Eating 


63 


If one Forgets the Du'aa 
before Eating Recite 


63 


Du'aa after Eating 


63 


The Sunnah Way of Eating 


63 


The Sunnah Way of 
Drinking Water 


64 


Du'aa before Sleeping 


65 
65 


Du'aa after Waking Up 


Du'aa before Entering 
the Toilet 


66 



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Page 
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Du'aa after Leaving the Toilet 


66 


Specific Du'aas for 
Various Occasions 


66 


H if d h U 1 Definition, Words of 
Hadeeth Encouragement 


68 


Hifdhul _ Guidelines for 
Hadeeth the Teacher 


68 


Hadeeth No.Qon 
Imaaniyaat 


69 


Hadeeth No. (2) on 

Ibaadaat 


69 


Hadeeth No.(s)on 
Mu'aamalaat 


69 


Hadeeth No.0on 
Mu'aasharah 


70 


Hadeeth No.@on 
Akhlaaqiyaat 


70 


3 - Aqaa'id and Masaa'il 




Aqaa'id 1 Definition, Words of 
(Beliefs) Encouragement 


71 


Aqaa Id _ Guidelines for 
(Beliefs) the Teacher 


71 


Al KalimatutTayyibah 


72 


Al Kalimatush Shahaadah 


72 


_ . . Definition, Words of 
balaah Encouragement 


73 


Salaah - Guidelines for 
the Teacher 


73 


The Words of Salaah 


75 


Thanaa 


76 


At-Tashahhud 


76 


The Method of 
Performing Wudhu 


76 


The Sunan of Salaah 


78 



SUBJECTS 


Page 
No. 


The Difference in the 
Salaah of Females 


83 


The Method of Performing 
Salaah 


84 


Al-Asmaa 
-ul-Husna 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


86 


Al-Asmaa _ Guidelines for 
-Ul-Hlisna the Teacher 


86 


AI-Asmaa-ul-Husna 1 to 15 


87 


Masaa'il 
(Rules) 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


89 


Masaa'il _ Guidelines for 
(Rules) the Teacher 


89 


The Faraa'idh of Ghusl 
(Bathing) 


90 


The Faraa'idh of Wudhu 
(Ablution) 


90 


The Five Salaahs 


90 


The Conditions of Salaah 


91 


4 - Islaamii 


; Upbringing 






Islaamic 
Knowledge 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


92 


Islaamic Guidelines for 
Knowledge the Teacher 


92 


Questions and Answers 


93 


Speech 
and Du'aa 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


96 


Speech and Guidelines for 
Du'aa the Teacher 


96 


The Importance of Deen 


97 


Du'aa 


97 


Seerah 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


98 


Seerah Guidelines for 

the leacher 


98 



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Page 
No. 


Questions and Answers 99 


Deen made 
easy 


Definition, Words of 
Encouragement 


102 


Deen made Guidelines for 
easy the Teacher 


102 


Hadeeth® 
on Imaaniyaat 


104 


Hadeeth® 
on Ibaadaat 


104 


Hadeeth© 
on Mu'aamalaat 


104 


Hadeeth® 
on Mu'aasharah 


105 


Hadeeth® 
on Akhlaaqiyaat 


105 


5 - Language 




... Definition, Words of 
AraDIC En co uragement 


106 


Arabic Guidelines for 
the Teacher 


106 


Numbers 


107 


Arabic Words 


108 


Food and Drink 


110 


Definition, Words of 
U TCI U Encouragement 


112 


ii-j.. Guidelines for 
UfdU the Teacher 


113 


Letters in Alphabetical Order 


114 


Letters in Non-Alphabetical 
Order 


114 


Zabar 


115 


Zer 


116 


Pesh 


117 



SUBJECTS 


Page 
No. 


How to Join Letters 


118 


Waaw after a Zabar and 
Waaw Ma'roof and Majhool 


131 


Yaa after a Zabar and 
Yaa Ma'roof and Majhool 


132 


Two Letter Words 


133 


Sentences with Two Letter 
Words 


135 


Three Letter Words 


137 


Questions for the First Month 


140 


Questions for the Second 
Month 


140 


Questions for the Third Month 


141 


Questions for the Fourth Month 


141 


Questions for the Fifth Month 


142 


Questions for the Sixth Month 


142 


Questions for the Seventh 
Month 


143 


Questions for the Eighth Month 


143 


Questions for the Ninth Month 


144 


Questions for the Tenth Month 


144 


Salaah Chart 


145 


Monthly Attendance, 
Absence and the Fee Chart 


149 















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Na'at : To praise Nabi Muhammad j^eP in a poem is called Na' at. 



Words of Encouragement 



Poetry is good when it praises Allaah Ta'ala or speaks highly 
of our beloved Nabi Muhammad fJ^ . 



Guidelines for the Teacher 



One Hamd and one Na'at are given under this heading, which 
will be taught collectively to the students when they arrive in class 
each day. The Hamd will be taught on one day and the Na'at the 
following day. The teacher will read it initially and when the 
students are acquainted with it, one of them may be asked to recite 
it. There is no need to memorise these, but they should be recited 
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Jis ne is duniya ko banaaya 
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Jis ne paani aur hawa di 
Jis ne hamaari aag Jala di 

Jis ne banaaye chaand sitaare 
Phool khilaaye pyaare pyaare 

Jis ne hamein Imaan diya hai 
Ham pe bada ehsaan kiya hai 



Fikr hai kuchh na kisi ka gam hai 
Ham pe khuda hi ka yeh karam hai 



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Allah ka dulaara pyaara Nabi hamaara 
Anwaar ka minaara pyaara Nabi hamaara 

Imaan ki raushni se dil mein kiya ujaala 
Jannat ki raah dikhaai tohfa diya niraala 

Bandon ko jab bulaaya khuda ke ek dar par 
Zakhmi hua badan bhi khaai hai chot sar par 

Pewand ki qaba thi baandha amaamah sar par 
Bistar bhi taat ka tha kachcha makaan basera 

Allah ka dulaara pyaara Nabi hamaara 
Anwaar ka minaara pyaara Nabi hamaara 



| Sallallaahu Vllaihi lila Ballam^ 




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Definition 



Qaa ? idah: A book that teaches how to recite the Qur'aan 
is called a Qaa'idah. 



Words of Encouragement 



Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad ^eP said, "The best of you 
are those who learn the Qur'aan and teach it." 

[Bukhaari : 5027,Uthmaan &&($■] 

Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad ^Psaid, "Whoever recites 
one letter of the Qur'aan will be rewarded with one 
blessing and one blessing equals the reward often good 

deeds." [Tirmidhi : 2910, Abdullaah Bin Mas'ood^i^] 

The Qur'aan is the Book of Allaah. Learning, teaching 
and practising upon it are great acts of Ibaadah which earn 
tremendous rewards and blessings. It is therefore 
necessary for every person to learn the Qur'aan and make 
an effort to recite it correctly. 



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included in this year's syllabus. The remaining chapters will 
be taught in the second year. 

The Nooraani Qaa'idah should be taught collectively 
from the blackboard. 

The students should recite the lessons after being taught. 
General examples should be taught in such a way that the 
previous lesson is also revised. Teachers can use the 
Makhaarij (Pronunciation of letters) Chart to explain to the 
students the proper manner of pronouncing the letters. 

If the students can easily understand the rules of taj weed it 
will be best to memorise them. They should not be compelled 
to memorise these rules. What it important is that they should 
be able to pronounce each letter correctly according to the 
rules of tajweed. 

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\^J : Pronounced with the front side and top of the 

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(^vrvCO : P ronounce d with the tip of the tongue and the 

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{&) : Pronounced with the moist portion of the lower 

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The Harakaat (Short Vowels) 



(T) The Fat'hah -^— \ the Kasrah — and the Dhammah -L. are 
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(2) Aletterthathas any of these Harakaat is called a Mutaharrik letter. 

(3) A Mutaharrik letter is to be recited quickly without prolonging 
it, e.g. The baa of dA 

(4) An Alif is always free of any Harakah or Sukoon, while a 
Hamzah is never without a Harakah or Sukoon. 



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A letter with a Dhammah is always recited quickly without 
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The Sukoon is also called the Jazam. A letter with a Sukoon is 
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7%e Letters ofMaddah 
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There are three letters of Maddah:(T) Alif (5)Yaa (3)Waaw. 
The letters ofMaddah are to be prolonged for the duration of one Alif. 



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An upright Fathah, upright Kasrah and an inverted Dhammah are all to be 
prolonged and recited for the duration of one Alif. 



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Tanween 



Two fat'hah, two karsrah and two dhammah are known as 
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BATwo fat'hah (J, BAtwo kasrah y , BAtwo dhammah &. 



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Definition 

Hifdhus Surah : To memorize any surah from the Qur'aan is 
called Hifdhus Surah, 

Words of Encouragement 



Hadeeth : Nabi Muhammad fJ§* said, "It will be said to the 
person of the Qur'aan (Haafidh), Recite the Qur'aan and climb 
(the levels of Jannah) and recite steadily as you had been reciting 
in the world. Indeed, your level shall be where you recite the last 

Verse."' [Abu Daawood :1464, Abdullaah BinAmri^J 

Hadeeth : Nabi Muhammad '0§* also said, "The heart without 
any portion of the Qur'aan is like a deserted house." 

[Tirmidhi : 2913, Ibnu Abbaas tfi^j 

One must therefore make an effort to memorise the Qur'aan. 
The least one can do is to memorise as much as is sufficient to 
perform salaah properly. 



Guidelines for the Teacher 






The memorisation of Suratul Faatihah, Suratul Lahab, Suratul 
Ikhlaas, Suratul Falaq and Suratun Naas have been included in the 
Hifdus Surah topic of this year's syllabus. 

The most important aspect while making the students 
memorise these surahs is that they should do this collectively 
paying full attention to the rules of tajweed. The teacher should 
recite the surah for a few days before asking the students to recite. 
In this way the surahs will be easily memorised. 

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Definition 



Du'aa and Sunnah : Asking from Allaah Ta'aala is called du'aa and the 
ways of Nabi Muhammad '0$* is called Sunnah. 



Words of Encouragement 



Hadeeth : Nabi Muhammad f#tP said, 'The action most liked by Allaah 

is du'aa." [Mustadrak: 1801 T AbuHurairah^i^] 

Hadeeth : He who remains steadfast upon my sunnah, when my ummah 
is corrupted will receive the reward of a shaheed (martyr). 

[Mu'ajamul Kabeer : 1320, Abu Hurairah (J^0] 

The life of our beloved Nabi Muhammad fJ$* is a perfect and 
complete example for us. It is therefore necessary that we learn and 
practice the sunnah way of doing all our actions in every situation and 
the du'aa that he recited at every moment. This is most beloved to Allaah 
Ta'ala who will not only make us successful in the hereafter but has also 
promised to give us peace, safety and respect in this very world. 



Guidelines for the Teacher 



The du'aa for eating sleeping, using the toilet, the sunnah way of 
eating and drinking water and five specific du'aas for various occasions. 
Such as " 4ju! 5 1 >£ ■ 4juj^0 I ■ ^jjU-Ij ' ' etc have been included in the 
Du'aa and Sunnah syllabus of this year. 

These du'aas and Sunnahs should be taught collectively. If the 
students can easily memorise the translation they should do so but they 
should not be compelled to memorise it. It is important to ensure that the 
students practice upon these Du'aas and Sunnahs. Therefore the teacher 
should motivate and encourage the students with love and affection to 
put these du'aas and sunnahs into practise and also monitor them. He 
should also instruct the students to inform their parents and family 
members. 



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Lesson 1 D« 'aa before Eating 




[Tirmidhi : 1858, Aa1shah0fe^] 4*UI A^Jiw 

Translation : I begin eating in the name of Allaah 



Teach 4 Days in the 1 st Month 




T ~ If one Forgets the Du f aa before 

wesson 1 Eating, Recite the Following Du f aa 



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[Abu Daawood : 3767 T Aa'ishah^^] 

Translation : I eat in the name of Allaah at t-he beginni-ng a-nd -at 

.the end 

Teach f 7 1 Days in the f 1 st 1 Month 




Lesson 3 Du f aa after Eating 



[Tirmidhi : 3457, Abu Saeed^i^] 

Translation : All praise is for Allaah, Who has made us eat, drink 
and has made us Muslims. 



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Lesson 4 The Sunnah Way of Eating 



(I) To spread out a cloth on the floor. 



[Bukhaari : 5415, Anas &J%0] 



TO Wash both hands Up tO the Wrists. [Tirmidhi : 1846, Salmaan-iSii*] 



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(5) To say the du'aa before eating. 



[Tirmidhi : 1858, Aa f ishah0^] 



@ To sit either with one or both legs folded beneath. 

[Ibnu Maajah : 3263, Abdullaah Bin Umar $$&, Fathul Baari : 9/542] 



(S) TO eat With the right hand, [Bukhaari : 5376, Umar BinAbu Salmah$g$l] 



(6) To eat the food right in front of you. 

[Bukhaari : 5376, Umar BinAbu SalmahtSj^] 



(7) To eat with three fingers. 



[Muslim : 5417, Ka'ab Bin Maalik^i^] 



(§) To pick up and eat any food that falls down. 

[Muslim : 5421, Jaabir^^] 



(9) To clean the plate and lick the fingers. [Muslim \ 5420, jaaurggitf] 



(jg) Not to lean while eating. 



[Tirmidhi : 1830, Abu Juhaifah ^i^] 



(ft) Not tO find any fault in the food. [Bukhaari : 5409, Abu Huralrah&ifefr] 



@ Not to eat food that is too hot. 



[Mustadrak : 7125, JaabirL£i^] 



(13) To say du'aa after eating. 



[Tirmidhi : 3457, Abu Saeed .>i^] 



(H) To wash the hands and rinse the mouth after eating. 

[Tirmidhi : 1846, Salmaan^i^, Bukhaari: 5454, Suwa id £&»($'] 



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T - TheSunnah Way of 
Lesson 5 Drinking Water 

(T) TO drink With the right hand. [Muslim : 5384 T Ibnu UmarfiSfefr] 



(5) To sit and drink. 



[Tirmidhi : 1879, Anas^j&x^] 



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(5) To look into the water before drinking. 



[Abu Dawood : 3719, Ibnu Abbaas $^(#; Bazlul Majhood : 11/450 B] 



(4) To say '^ujI^^j" before drinking. [Tirmidhi : less, ibnuAMwasagtff] 



(D To drink in three breaths. 



[Muslim : 5405, Anas ^b^] 



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@ TO Say *^0L^J*i^JT' , after drinking. [Tirmidhi : 1885, Ibnu Abbaas &$] 



Teach 5 Days in the 3 rd Month 



Lesson 6 Du f aa before Sleeping 



[Bukhaari : 6314, Huzaifah £&bjj#] 

Translation : O Allaah! In Your name do I 
die and live. 



Teach 5 Days in the 3 rd Month 



Lesson 7 Du f aa after Waking Up 







[Bukhaari : 6314, Huzaifah \%M$) 




Translation : All praise is for Allaah Ta'aala who gave us life after 
giving us death and we will be raised before Him. 



m Da v s 

}}L in the 



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D« y aa before Entering the Toilet 



[Mu'ajamu Ausat : 2803, Anas^Aitf] 






Translation : I enter in the name of Allaah 
Ta'aala, O Allaah! I seek Your protection from the 
evil male and female jinn. 



Teach 



12 Days in the 4 th 

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Lesson 9 



Du 'aa after Leaving 
the Toilet 



[Ibnu Maajah : 300, Aa'ishah^i^, 301, Anas &&$] 

Translation : Allaah! I seek Your forgiveness. All praise is 
for Allaah Ta'aala who has removed harm from me and has 
given me ease and comfort. 



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Lesson 10 Specific Du^aas for 
Various Occasions 



On meeting a Muslim Greet him by Saying: 

[Tirmidhi : 2689, Imraan Bin HusaintS^] 

Translation : May Allaah 's peace, mercy and blessings be upon 
you. 



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If a Muslim bids Salaam Reply by Saying: 

[Musnadu Ahmad : 12612, AnasD^#] 

Translation : May Allaah's peace, mercy and blessings be upon 
you too. 



When Starting Something Good, Say 



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[AlAzkaar: 1/156, Abu Hu rai rah ^ip] 

Translation : I begin with the name of Allaah the most beneficent 
the most merciful. 



When Asked how one is or when Receiving 
a Bounty, Say: 

[Ibnu Maajah : 3805, Anas &$$] ?<*}, V*i^J ' 

Translation : All praise is for Allaah. 




When Someone Gives Something or Shows 
Kindness, Say: 



[Tirmidhi : 2035, Usamah Bin Zaid i%$] 



Translation : May Allaah reward you well. 




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1fi Days 
ig- in the 



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r ^Aa 2 - Hade'eth "£>&£! ]£&.■ 







Definition 



Hifdhul Hadeeth : Whatever Nabi Muhammad ^psaid or did is 
known as "Hadeeth" and memorizing the hadeeth is called 
"Hifdhul- Hadeeth". 



Words of Encouragement 



Hadeeth : Nabi Muhammad j^p said, "The person who learns 
forty Ahadeeth to benefit the Ummah will be told on the Day of 
Judgement to enter Jannah from whichever door he pleases." 

[Kanzul Ummal : 29186, Abu Mas'ood ££j/jj$] 

There are tremendous rewards for learning, memorising and 
practising upon the Sunnah actions of Nabi Muhammad ^P This 
pleases Allaah and He grants the person the ability to practise 
upon the whole of Deen. Memorising the Ahadeeth also 
enlightens one's life. 



Guidelines for the Teacher 



Five Ahadeeth with their translations have been included in 
this year's syllabus which cover the five broad branches of Deen. 
viz. Imaaniyaat, Ibaadaat, Mu'aamalaat, Mu'aasharaat and 
Akhlaaqiyaat 

These Ahadeeth are to be taught collectively with the category 
of Deen they fall under and their translations. For example: 
"Hadeeth 1 : on Imaaniyaat %^J(jioJ\ Translation: "Deen is easy" 
Students must also be encouraged to practise upon these 
Ahadeeth. 

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Lesson 3 Hadeeth No. (5) on Mu'aamalaat 






[Tirmidhi : 1315, Abu Hurairah^o^ ] 

Translation : He who cheats is not one of us (Muslims). 



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Lesson 1 Hadeeth No.(T) on Imaaniyaat 




[Sho'ab-ul-lmaan : 3881, Abu Hurairah &»(!#] 

Translation : Deen is easy. 


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Lesson 2 Hadeeth No. @ on Ibaadaat 




[Tirmidhi : 4, Jaabir^Aijijt] 

Translation : Salaah is the key to Jannah. 




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" ■ ' ^ T rt [ftqaaid (Beliefs}] -£<^S%^ : 
Definition 



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Aqaa'id : Those aspects of Deen that a man strongly believes 
from the heart are called Aqaa' id. 



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Words of Encouragement 



Qur'aan: Allaah says in the Qur'aan: 

[Suratu Luqman:8] 

TRANSLATION: Surely, there are gardens of bliss for those who 
believe and do good deeds. 

Hadeeth : Nabi Muhammad fj$^ said, Allaah Ta'aala will make 
the fire of Jahannam haraam on he who bears witness that there is 
none worthy of worship but Allaah and Muhammad is the 

messenger Of Allaah. [Muslim : 151, Ubaadah Bin Saamit£&%t] 

The Aqaa'id and beliefs of a Muslim form the foundation of 
the Deen of a Muslim. The more firm and correct a person's beliefs 
are the more firm and correct his actions will be. On the other 
hand, if his beliefs are weak, his actions will also be weak. It is 
therefore necessary for every Muslim to make an effort to correct 
his beliefs and strengthen the conviction of the heart. 



Guidelines for the Teacher 



The first and second kalimah of Islaam i.e. Al-Kalimatut 
Tayyibah and Al-Kalimatush Shahaadah with their translation 
have been included in this year's syllabus. They should be taught 
collectively. Students should be made aware of the fact that 
everything in these kalimahs need to be strongly believed from the 
heart and said with the tongue. 

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Lesson One ^4/ Kalimatut Tayyibah 




At *», *«? *»*• * «• 



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[Mu'ajamus Sageer : 992, Umart&fet] 



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Translation : There is none worthy of worship but Allaah, 
Muhammad fjffi is the messenger of Allaah. 



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Lesson Two Al Kalimatush Shahaadah 






[Mustadrak : 9, Abdullaah Bin Amr Bin Aas l^u/fct] 



Translation : I bear witness that there is none worthy of worship 
but Allaah and I bear witness that Muhammad fJ$$* is the servant 
and messenger of Allaah. 



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Definition 

Salaah : To display one's devotion and obedience to Allaah 
J Ta'aala in a specific manner is called salaah. 

Words of Encouragement 

I ~ 

Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad ^5p said, "Salaah is a pillar of 

Deen." [Sho'abul Imaan : 2807, Umar^ii#] 

Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad ^tP said, "Salaah is the key to 

Jannah." [Tirmidhi : 4, Jaabir !%#$] 

Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad ^P also said, 'The comfort of my 

eyes is in Salaah." [Mustadrak 1 2676, Anas &tt}&] 

Salaah is the most important act of worship in Islaam. Allaah 
has promised forgiveness, a good life and blessings in the 
livelihood for he who performs salaah regularly. It is therefore 
important for every muslim to learn the correct method of salaah 
and perform it with regularity. 



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Guidelines for the Teacher 



The purpose of introducing this topic is that every student 
should perform wudhu and salaah correctly. After making the 
students collectively memorise all the words that are recited in 
salaah they are to be taught to perform wudhu and salaah 
according to the sunnah way given under the title "The method of 
performing wudhu and salaah" practically once a week. This 
practical demonstration of wudhu and salaah should be done 
collectively. During the first week the teacher should practically 
demonstrate wudhu and salaah. Thereafter, he should make the 
students do the practical demonstrations weekly. 






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J The practical demonstration of wudhu should be done by 
taking the students to the place designated for wudhu. Ask one 
student to perform wudhu in front of the class according to the 
way given under the title "The method of performing wudhu." 
Ensure that the student performs the wudhu correctly by 
fulfilling all the faraa'idh and sunan and monitor the way they 
wash their faces, hands, feet and the manner in which they 
make masah. Correction of any mistake should be done in 
front of the students. 

J The practical demonstration of salaah should be done by 

« making the students stand in rows. The boys row should be in 
front of the girls. The teacher should say all the words 
recited in salaah in a loud voice while walking in between the 
rows. He should monitor the standing, the ruku and the sajdah 
of the students and correct any mistake. The teacher should 
say^J" l^jj) in a loud voice and the students should repeat it. 
Thereafter the teacher will recite the Than^a which the 

students will repeat. E.g. Whpn he says jL&UI ^bU^i the 

students should repeat j^JJl^Ui* the teacher should then 

say - - ^\±i£u3 and the students should repeat - - ^oJ&jI in this 
manner the teacher should recite all the words of salaah and 
the students should repeat and complete the practical 
demonstration of salaah. 

Thereafter, the teacher should appoint one student as an 
Imaam to perform the salaah. In this way each student should be 
given the opportunity to perfom the salaah while the teacher 
monitors them to ensure that the salaah is performed in the sunnah 
way and the ruku, sajdah and all postures of salaah are correct. Each 
student will be able to perform salaah correctly if the practical 
demonstrations are conducted in the above manner. Any student 
joining the class during the course of the year should also be included 
in these practical demonstrations. 

Note: The manner of performing salaah given under the title "The 
method of performing salaah has been include in this book for the 
big students. 

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Lesson 1 The Words ofSalaah 

At-Takbeer Tahreemah 

(to be recited when starting the salaah): 



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[Tirmidhi : 238, Abu Saeed£&%f ] 



The Tasbeeh of Ruku: 

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[Tirmidhi : 261, Ibnu Mas'ood£%i/^] 



The Tasmee (to be recited when coming up from Ruku): 



i&fe&rfSi\'tyi 



[Bukhaari : 722, Abu Hurairah^(!#] 



The Tahmeed (to be recited while standing after the Ruku): 

[Bukhaari : 722, Abu Hurairah^(l#] 



I The Tasbeeh of Sajdah : 

***** 



[Tirmidhi : 261, Ibnu Mas'ood^ii^] 



Salaam: 



S 9 



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[Tirmidhi : 295, Ibnu Mas'ood \&J&$f\ 



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[Tirmidhi : 242, Abu Saeed &»($■] 



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Lesson 3 



At-Tashahhud 



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[Bukhaari : 1202, Ibnu Mas'ood &!$$] 



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The Method of Performing Wudhu 




It is necessary to attain purity before performing salaah. This 
method of purifying oneself is called wudhu. 



[Shaami : 1/223, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 



(T) To make an intention to please Allaah and to attain purity. 

[Bukhaari : 1, Umar^i/(i#; Shaami : 1/272, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 



(2) To perform wudhu with clean water. 

[Abu Daawood : 83, Abu Hurairah^^; Shaami : 2/20, Baabul Miyaah] 



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(3) To recite Bismillah before performing wudhu. 

[Nasai : 78, Anas^J^; Shaami : 1/278, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 

(4) To wash both hands up to the wrists three times. 

[Bukhaari : 159, Uthmaan Bin Affaan^^; Shaami : 1/286, Kitaabuttahaarah, 
Sunanul Wudhu] 

(5) To use the miswaak or the finger if the miswaak is not 
available. 

[Bukhaari : 887, Abu Hurairah^^ ; Sunanul Kubra, Baihaqi: 179 Anas tJZbffi, 
Shaami:1/296,302, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 



(6) To g argle the mouth three times . 



[Bukhaari : 159, Uthmaan Bin Affaan^^; Shaami : 1/306, Kitaabuttahaarah, 

Sunanul Wudhu] 



(7) To rinse the nostrils three times and use the little finger of the 
left hand to clean them. 

[Bukhaari :185, Abdullaah Bin Zaidt&fet; Shaami : 1/306,308, Kitaabuttahaarah, 

Sunanul Wudhu] 






To wash the face three times from one earlobe to the other and 
from the hairline above the forehead to below the chin. 

[Bukhaari : 159, Uthmaan Bin Affaan^^t; Shaami : 1/235, Kitaabuttahaarah, Arkaanul 

Wudhu;1/315, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 



To wash both arms three times to above the elbows. To wash 
the right arm first then the left arm and to make khilaal of the 
fingers. 

[Bukhaari : 159, Uthmaan Bin Affaan£%%t; Shaami : 1/247, Kitaabuttahaarah, Arkaanul 
Wudhu ;1/31 5-332, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 

(jo) To wet the hands and make masah of the whole head, the ears 
and the nape only once. 

[Bukhaari : 192, Abdullaah Bin Zaidt-eiijjf^; Tirmidhi : 36, Ibnu Abbaasi^jjjf, Talkheesul Habeer : 
1/288, Baab Sunanul Wudhu ; Shaami : 1/323-336, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 

(n) To wash both feet up to above the ankles three times. To wash 
the right foot first then the left foot and to make khilaal of the 

tOeS. [Bukhaari : 159, Uthmaan BinAffaan l&J$$; Shaami : 1/247, Kitaabuttahaarah, 

Arkaanul Wudhu;1/31 5-332, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 

To wash the face, arms and feet thoroughly. 

[Musnadu Ahmad : 16441, Abdullaah Bin Zaid £%*)$>; Shaami : 1/331, Kitaabuttahaarah, 

Sunanul Wudhu] 

To recite the du' aa after wudhu. 

[Tirmidhii : 55, Umar l3*Jj]$; Shaami : 1/345, Kitaabuttahaarah, Sunanul Wudhu] 






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The Sunan ofSalaah 



Qiyaam (Standing up) 
and Raising the Two Hands 

(T) To stand upright without bending the head when saying the 

takbeerat-Ut-tahreemah.[Suratul Baqarah : 238 ; Shaami : 3/479, Sunanus Salaah] 



(5) To raise both hands up to the earlobes when saying the 
takbeerat-ut-tahreemah . 

[Muslim : 891, Maalik Bin Huwairith/£i^; Shaami : 4/4, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(3) To face the palms towards the Qiblah. 



[Tabrani Kabir:711, Ibnu Umar/%^; Shaami : 4/4, Sunanus Salaah] 



(4) To keep the fingers in their natural position, i.e. neither spread 
apart nor closed. 

[Sahi Ibnu Khuzaimah : 459, Abu Hurairah£%i^; Shaami : 3/476, Sunanus Salaah] 



(5) To keep a space of at least four fingers between the feet and to 
ensure that the toes face the Qiblah. 

[Nasai : 893, Abdullaah Bin Mas'ood^ei^; Shaami : 3/384, Bahasul Qiyaam] 

© To look at the place of sajdah without bending forward in 

Qiyaam. [Sunanul Kubra Lil Baihaqi : 3686, Anas £&%% Shaami : 3/489, Aadaabus Salaah] 

Folding the Hands 

(T) To place the palm of the right hand on the back of the palm of 

the left hand. [Bukhaari : 740, Sahal Bin Sa'ad £&%f ; Shaami : 2/1 72, Sunanus Salaah] 



(2) To form a ring with the thumb and the little finger while 
holding the wrist. 

[Muatta Imaam Muhammad ma'a Sharhihi :2/62 ; Shaami : 4/19, Baab Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(3) To place the remaining three fingers on the forearm of the left 
hand. 

[Muatta Imaam Muhammad ma'a Sharhihi 2/62 ; Shaami : 4/19, Baab Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(4) To fold the hands below the navel. 

[Abu Daawood : 758, Abu Hurairah^(^t; Shaami : 4/18, Sunanus Salaah] 



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(T) To go into ruku while saying takbeer. 

[Bukhaari : 789, Abu Hurairah *J^J^\ Shaami :4/40, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(2) To hold the knees with both the hands. 

[Abu Daawood : 734, Abu Humaid tjtjjffi ; Shaami : 4/40, Baabu Sifatis Salaah] 

(3) To keep the fingers apart while holding the knees. 

[Abu Daawood : 731, Abu Humaid tj$j$$r, Shaami : 4/40, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(4) To keep the legs upright. 

[Mu'ajamu Kabeer : 12781, Ibnu Abbas l^jijt; Shaami : 4/40, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(5) To k eep the back straight. 

[Bukhaari : 828, Abu Humaid<l&i)fct; Shaami : 4/40, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(6) To keep the head and the back at the same level. 

[Abu Daawood : 731, Abu Humaid t&&i$; Shaami : 4/40, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

© To recite 4#fi\ (Jj £>U^ " at least three times. 

[Abu Daawood : 886, Abdullah Bin Mas'ood^i^; Shaami : 4/40, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(§) When rising from ruku, the Imaam will say 
"' 5uUf>(£^^t£^" thereafter, the muqtadi will say 
\jJ*&d I ^U \SJj A munfarid (the person performing salaah 
alone) will recite both. 

[Bukhaari : 722, Abu Hurairah£&fet; Shaami : 4/49, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(9) To rise from ruku calmly and to stand upright. 

[Bukhaari : 793, Abu Hurairahjl^i^; Shaami : 3/445, Waajibaatus Salaah] 

Note: To stand upright after the ruku is called qau'mah. Qau'mah 
is wajib (compulsory) and special attention should be given to 
perform it correctly. 



[Bukhaari : 793, Abu Hurairah^i^, Shami: 445/3 Waajibatus salaah] 



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Going into Sajdah 

(V) To say the takbeer for saj dah. 

[Bukhaari : 789, Abu Hurairaht^i^; Shaami : 4/54, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(2) To keep the head and chest upright without bending forward 
while going for sajdah. 

[Nasai 1084, Hakim *jtj$$, Shaami: 4/54. Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(3) To place the knees on the ground first, then the hands, 
followed by the nose and finally the forehead when going into 

Sajdah. [Abu Daawood:838, Waail Bin Hajrjfei/^ Shaami : 4/45, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

The Sajdah 

(T) To place the head between the hands. 

[Muslim 923, Waail Bin Hajr^i^; Shaami : 4/55, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(2) To place both the forehead and the nose on the ground in 

Saj dah. [Muslim: 1 1 27, Ibnu Abbas $ti$ ;Shaami : 4/54, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(5) To keep the stomach away from the thighs in saj dah. 

[Muslim : 1135, Mai'moonah^^; Shaami : 4/62, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(4) To keep the arms away from the sides . 

[Bukhaari : 390, Abdullah Bin Maalik'>i)fcf; Shaami : 4/62, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 




(?) To keep the elbows off the ground. 

[Muslim : 1132, Baraa tjtjjfffi ; Maraqiul Falah : 1/132, Sunanus Salaah] 



© To recite " Jp^)| A$ £)Uj^"at least three times. 

[Abu Daawood : 886, Abdullaah Bin Mas'ood tjzjjffi; Shaami : 4/63, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(7) To keep the toes on the ground bending them towards the 
Qiblah. 

[Bukhaari : 828, Abu Humaid Assaa'idi^i>(i#; Shaami : 4/63, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 






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(§) To keep the fingers closed in sajdah. 

[Sahi Ibnu Hibbaan : 1920, Waail Bin Hajr \%ti$\ Shaami : 4/63, Baabu 

Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(5) To look at the tip of the nose in sajdah. 

[Shaami : 3/489, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(10) To say the takbeer again when rising from the saj dah. 

[Bukhaari : 789, Abu Hurairaht&i»(j#; Shaami : 4/73, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

Note: It is waajib (compulsory) to sit calmly between the two 
sajdahs. This posture is called jalsah and special attention should 
be given to perform it correctly. 

[Bukhaari : 793, Abu Hurairah^^; Shaami :3/445, Waajibaatus Salaah] 

Rising from Sajdah 

(T) To keep the head and chest upright without bending it while 

rising from Sajdah. [Shaami :4/73, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(2) To first raise the forehead, then the nose, followed by the 
hands and finally the knees when rising from sajdah. 

[Abu Daawood : 838, Waail Bin Ha\r &Jii}& ; Shaami : 4/55, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

The Qa'dah (Sitting Posture) 

(T) To keep the right foot upright and lay the left foot flat and sit 
on it and to ensure that the toes of both the feet are facing the 

Qiblah. [Abu Daawood : 783, Aa'ishah^^ ; Shaami : 4/82, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(2) To place both hands on the thighs and to look into the lap in 

Cja' dah. [Abu Daawood : 726, Waail Bin Hajr tjpjjffi ; Shaami : 4/82, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, 
Fasl ; 3/489, Aadaabus Salaah] 

(3) To recite tashahhud in the qa' dah. 

[Bukhaari : 1202, Abu Ma'sood l&Jiffi; Shaami: 50/4 Waajibaatus salaah] 

(4) To make a ring with the thumb and middle finger and to lift 
the right index finger when saying "3J|^J" and drop it when 
saying &h\ y\" while recting the tashahhudd. 

[Abu Daawood : 726, Waa'il Bin Hajir £&»($■; Aa'la-us-Sunan: 883/2; Shaami : 85/4, 

Baabu sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



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(5) To send salutation on Nabi Muhammad fj$^ after reciting 
Tashshud in the last qa'dah. 

[Bukhaari : 3370, Ka'ab bin Ujrah^i^; shaami 91/4 Baabu sifatis Salaah, fasl] 



(6) To recite any du'aa narrated in the Qur'aan or Hadeeth after 
sending salutation. 

[Bukhaari : 834, Abu Bakr 3^[#Shaami : 4/120, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

The Salaam 

(T) To turn the face to both the sides when making salaam. 

[Muslim : 1343, Sa'ad Bin Abi Waqqaast&i/j^; Shaami : 4/128, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(2) To begin with the right side when making salaam. 

[Muslim : 1343, Sa'ad bin Abi Waqqaas^&*t; Shaami : 4/128, Baabu Sifatissalaah, Fasl] 



(3) To turn the head to such an extent while making salaam that 
the people from behind see one's cheek. 

[Muslim : 1343, Sa'ad Bin Abi Waqqaas^ii^; Shaami : 4/128, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(4) The Imaam should make the intention of greeting the muqtadi 
(followers), the angels and the pious jinn while making 

Salaam. [Ownul Ma'abood : 3/21 2 ; Shaami : 4/1 34, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(5) The muqtadi should make the intention of greeting the 
Imaam, the angels, the pious jinn and the other muqtadis. 

[Ibnu Maajah : 922, Samurah Bin Jundub^(!#,'Aunul Ma'abood: 3/212 ; Shaami : 4/135, Baabu 

Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 



(6) The munfarid (one performing salaah alone) should make the 
intention of greeting the angels only. 

[Shaami : 4/135, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(7) The muqtadi should make salaam with the Imaam. 

[Bukhaari: 838, Itbaan Bin Maalikt^^; Shaami : 4/128, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(§) The second salaam should be slightly softer than the first one. 

[Musannaf Ibnu Abi Shaibah : 3052, Ali£%i/^; Shaami : 4/132, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

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(T) Women should raise their hands only up to their shoulders 
without taking them out of the head covering at the time of 

takbeerat-Ut-tahreema. [Tabraani Kabeer : 17497, Waail Bin Hajr tjtjjjjfr; Juz 
Rafaulyadain Lil Bukhaari : 22, Abdu Rabbihi^(f#;Shaami : 4/71, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(3) Women should put their hands on their chests with the palm of 
the right hand on the back of the palm of the left hand. Their 
arms should be close to their sides and their ankles should be 

kept together. [Shaami : 4/71, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(3) In ruku, women should bend a little until their hands touch 
their knees without making their backs flat (like men) and 
place their hands on their knees without holding them. [Musannaf 

Ibnu Abi Shaibah : 2778, Ibnu Abbaas $*£/($• ; Shaami : 4/71, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(4) In sajdah, women should not keep their feet upright, but 
should spread it out towards the right side with their arms on 
the ground. The sajdah should be made as close as possible to 
the ground with the arms close to the sides and the stomach 

tOUChing the thighs. [Musannaf Abdur Razzaque : 5072, AN tjtjjffi , (Sunanu 

Kubra Baihaqi :3324, Ibnu Umar £&*/&#, 3325, Zaid Bin Habeebf&i/j^f-, Shaami : 4/71, 

Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

(5) In qa'dah, women should keep their feet spread out towards 
the right side with the hands on the thighs and the fingers kept 

tightly together. [Sunanu Kubra Baihaqi 3324 Ibnu Umar 0jj$ Musnadu Imaamu 
Aazam Abu Haneefah ^i0y:136, Ibnu Umar l^%t Shaami : 4/71, Baabu Sifatis Salaah, Fasl] 

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To perform salaah, one needs to face the Qiblah in the state of 
wudhu and make an intention in the heart of the salaah to be 
performed such as Fajr, Zuhr, etc. It is best to say the intention in 
words. 

After making the intention, raise both hands up to the ears and say 
the takbeerat-ut-tahreema (3£5lSi)T) then fold the hands below the 
navel and recite the thanaa: 






Then recite the ta'awwuz: \ , 9 $ 

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Then recite the Suratul Faatihah: 

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After reciting Suratul Faatihah, say aameen silently. Then recite 
the tasmiyah again, followed by a Surah of the Qur'aan, such as: 

Thereafter, say " 9 S%\ 9 <&\ " and go into ruku. In ruku, recite the 
tasbeeh "j^J^V^QScS" at least thrice, then rise from ruku saying 
"5 JUf> er^ 4W far " stand upright calmly and recite "o4£Jl ^J Gu j "• 
When following an Imaam, say "o4^Jl <3j LSj j " after the Imaam has 
said " 80^ &4 Si»l £r^ ". Then say " yg\ i&\ " and go into sajdah. 

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Recite the tasbeeh of sajdah " J^Sl! O.j 6^-^ " at l east thrice. Then 
rise from sajdah saying "3£f Ujjf " and sit calmly, then say "3£fUi)T " 
and go into sajdah for a second time. Recite the tasbeeh 
"c$# &?<•>[*££ " at least thrice. Then say " 3£TUi)T " and stand up 

for the second rakaah. Thereafter, recite " 4JJ) ^s-wLo ", Suratul 

Faatihah, then repeat the " . . . .^LU I > ^-^J " followed by a Surah of the 
Qur'aan, such as: 



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and after completing the second rakaah in the same manner sit 
in q'adah. In q'adah recite tashahhud first and make a ring with the 
middle finger and thumb when reaching the word "^M^ ] " lift the 
right index finger when saying " &\y " and drop it when saying 
"myr\ Maintain the ring made with the fingers until the end of the 
salaah. Then recite • • • \S&J^ Q*> %&\ until the end. Thereafter, 
recite the du'aa • • • qfc*AJ &iifc cU until the end and finally say 
" 4jji 4^5 * j£*Ip y%L] I " while turning your face to the right then say 
" ^^jij&teJ^ULl) " while turning your face is the left. Two rakaahs 
salaah is to be completed in this manner. If performing more than 
two rakaahs, after tashahhud say "j£S I4II " and immediately stand 
up for the third rakaah. If the salaah is not fardh, complete the 
remaining rakaahs as discussed above and if it is fardh salaah, then 
only Suratul Faatihah is to be recited in the third and fourth rakaahs, 
no Surah is to be recited after Suratul Faatihah). Then sit down in 
q'adah again and recite the tashahhud, send salutations upon Nabi 
Muhammad fJ$^ and recite the du'aa and end the salaah with salaam. 

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Definition 



Al-Asmaa-ul-Husna : The beautiful names of Allaah Ta'aala are 
called "Al-Asmaa-ul-Husna". 



Words of Encouragement 



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TRANSLATION : Allaah has the most beautiful names, so call 
Him by them, 

Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad ^£p said, "Indeed, Allaah has 
ninety-nine names and whoever will memorise them will enter 

Jannah." [Muslim : 6986, Abu Hurairah &$j&] 

The descriptive names of Allaah have a powerful effect and 
carry many virtues. The du'aa made after calling him by these 
names will certainly be accepted. 



Guidelines for the Teacher 



Fifteen of the descriptive names of Allaah have been included 
in this year's syllabus. The names of every previous month have 
been repeated together with the names of each new month so that 
the students may memorise all of them easily from beginning to 
end. These names of Allaah should be taught collectively . 

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>r>f 'Mjj >r [Masaa'il (Rules)] ^ yh^ 
Definition 

Masaa'il : The rules of Deen that explain the way of doing an 
action or inform that something is lawful or unlawful are called 
Masaa'il. 



Words of Encouragement 




Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad $$$* said, "Seeking knowledge is 
obligatory every muslim." [ibnuMaajah:224, kmdM$$\ 

Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad fj$^ said, "When Allaah Ta'aala 
intends to do good for a person He blesses him with the 

Understanding Of Deen." [Bukhaari : 71 , Mu'aawiyah &$$] 

The knowledge of Deen is great favour of Allaah Ta'aala upon 
the believers. One can only correct his actions and lead his life 
according to the commands of Allaah and the way of his beloved 
Nabi fi^P by acquiring the knowledge of Deen. Therefore we 
should make an effort to also learn the knowledge of Masaail. 



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The faraai'dh of ghusl, the faraa'idh of wudhu, the five 
salaahs, the number of rakaah in each salaah and the conditions of 
salaah have been included in the Masaa'il syllabus of this year. 
The teacher should pay special attention in making the students 
memorise these Masaail. He should teach them collectively and 
ask questions in such a way that students develop a deep 
understanding about them. 

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FaraaHdh ofGhusl (Bathing) 



There are three faraa' idh in ghusl: 

(T) To gargle properly. [Shaami : 1/423, Matlab fi abhaasil Ghusl] 



(2) To put water into the nose. 



[Shaami : 1/423, Matlab fi abhaasil Ghusl] 



© To pour water over the whole body in such a way that not a 

Single hair is left dry. [Shaami : 1/427, Matlab fi abhaasil Ghusl] 



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Far aa 'idh of Wudhu (Ablution) 



There are four faraa' idh in wudhu: 

[Suratul Maaidah : 6] 

(T) To wash the face from the hair above the forehead to below the 
chin and from one earlobe to the other. [Shaami : 1/235, Arkaanui wudhu] 



(2) To wash both arms including the elbows. 



[Shaami :1/247, Arkaanui Wudhu] 



(5) To make masah of (to pass wet hands over) a quarter of the 

head, [Shaami: 1/247, Arkaanui Wudhu] 



© To wash both feet including the ankles. 



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The Five Salaahs 



It is fardh (compulsory) on every muslim 
to perform five times s a la ah daily: 

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(7) There are four rakaahs in Fajr salaah, 

[Badaai-us-Sanaaie: 1/91, Fasl fi adadiha wa adadi rakatiha; 1/284, Assalaatul Masnoonah] 



(5) There are twelve rakaahs in Zuhr salaah. 

[Badaai-us-Sanaaie: 1/91, Fasl fi adadiha wa adadi rakatiha; 1/284, Assalaatul Masnoonah] 






(|) There are eight rakaahs in Asr salaah. 

[Badaai-us-Sanaaie: 1/91, Fasl fi adadiha wa adadi rakatiha; 1/284, Assalaatul Masnoonah] 



(4) There are seven rakaahs in Maghrib salaah. 

[Badaai-us-Sanaaie: 1/91, Fasl fi adadiha wa adadi rakatiha; 1/284, Assalaatul Masnoonah] 



(5) There are seventeen rakaahs in Isha salaah. 



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There are seven conditions before salaah. These are known as 
the sharaa'it of salaah. 

(T) The body mUSt be Clean. [Shaami : 3/242, Baabu Shurootis Salaah] 

(5) The Clothing mUSt be Clean. [Shaami : 3/242, Baabu Shurootis Salaah] 

(5) The place Of Salaah mUSt be Clean. [Shaami : 3/242, Baabu Shurootis Sataah] 

(5) The body mUSt be COVered. [Shaami : 3/249, Baabu Shurootis Salaah] 



(5) The time of salaah must be correct. 

[Badaai-us-Sanaae : 1/121, Fasl fi Sharaaiti Arkaanis Salaah] 



(6) One must face the Qiblah. 



[Shaami : 3/330, Baab Shurootis Salaah] 



(?) The correct intention must be made . 



[Shaami : 3/285, Baab Shurootis Salaah] 



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I j ^ [Islaamic Knowledge] ^'J yTl^^'A , 
Definition 



Islaamic Knowledge : To have the knowledge of Deen is called 

"Islamic knowledge". 



Words of Encouragement 



Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad ^ePsaid, "He who treads the path of 
knowledge Allaah Ta'aala will easy his way into Jannah. n 

[Abu Daawood : 3641, Abu Darda \&S%$?\ 

It is necessary to seek the knowledge of the Deen. Whoever 
seeks the knowledge of Deen has a high rank in the sight of Allaah, 
the whole creation makes du'aa for his forgiveness, angels 
spread their wings under his feet and there are many other 
benefits. 



Guidelines for the Teacher 



In this topic of Islaamic knowledge a question and answer 
method of learning has been adopted. Aqaa'id (Islaamic beliefs), 
Ibadaat (acts of worship) and those aspect of Deen which an 
necessary for every muslim have been included in this year's 
syllabus. These should be taught collectively to all the students. 

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Question : Who are you? 
Answer : We are Muslims? 



[Suratul Ahqaaf : 15] 



Question : What is your religion? 
Answer : Our religion is Islaam. 



[Suratu Aali Imraan : 19] 



Question 
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What does Islaam teach? 

Islaam teaches that Allaah is One, He alone is worthy 
of worship and that Nabi Muhammad j^P is the 
servant and messenger of Allaah. [Bukhaan : 3435, ubaadah&%&] 



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: The Kalimah of Islaam is "^\ Q'yZJ&J 5il $ a])! 5 " 



[Mu'ajamus Sagheer : 992, Umar^Jm] 



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Who created us, the moon, the sun, the earth, the 
everything else? 

: Allaah Ta'aala created us, the moon, the sun, the 
earth, the skies and everything else. 

[Suratul Ankaboot : 61 ; Suratus Sajdah : 4] 






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Question : Who listens to our du'aas? 
Answer : Allaah listens to our du'aas. 



[Suratui Baqarah: 186] 



Question : Who gives life and take death? 

Answer : Allaah gives life and take death. [suratush shu araa : si] 



Question : Before Whom do we bow our heads? 

Answer ; We bow our heads before Allaah only. [Suratui Hajj : is] 



Question : Whose book is the Qur'aan? 

Answer : The Qur'aan is the book of Allaah. [Suratui Faatir : 29] 



Question : What does the Qur'aan teach? 

Answer : The Qur'aan teaches all the good of this world and the 

hereafter. [Suratu Bani Israeel : 9] 



Question : Will there be life after death? 
Answer : Yes, there will be life after death. [Suratu Yaaseen : 79] 



Question : What are angel? 

Answer : Angel are the creation of Allaah made from light. 

[Muslim : 7687, Aa'ishahip^] 



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Question : How many angels are there? 

Answer : There are countless angels, only Allaah knows how 

their number. [Suratul Muddaththir : 31] 



Question : How many well known angels are there? 

Answer : There are four well known angels. [Umdatui Qaan : 22/458] 



Question : What are the names of the four well known angels? 
Answer : The names of the four well known angles are: 

Jibra'eel fij3!# , Mikaa'eel ($$ , Israafeel ffi}& and 

Israa'eel fi$!M 



Question : How many things make up the foundation of Islaam? 
Answer : Five things make up the foundation of Islaam. They 
are Imaan, Salaah, Fasting, Zakaah and Hajj. 



[Bukhaari : 8 T Ibnu UmarC&i^J 



Question : What is the most important act of worship in Islaam? 
Answer : The most important act of worship in Islaam is salaah. 



[Muatta Imaam Maalik : 9, Abdullaah Bin Umar>Al^] 



Question : During which month is fasting Fardh? 

Answer : Fasting is Fardh during the month of Ramadhaan. 



[Suratul Baqarah : 185] 



Question : Where do Muslims go to perform Hajj? 
Answer ; Muslims go to Makkah to perform Hajj . 



[Suratu Aali Imraari : 96-97] 



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Definition 



Speech and Du'aa : Addressing a gathering on a Deeni topic is 
called a Speech and asking from Allaah Ta'aala is called Du'aa, 



Words of Encouragement 



Qur 'aan : ($£$] 4*Ap jJlfiMl <3^ [Suratur Rahmaan : 2 ' 3] 

Translation : He (Allaah) created man and taught him to speak. 

Hadeeth : Nabi Muhammad j^Jpsaid, "Convey my message to the 

people even though it be One Verse." [Bukhaari ; 1461, Abdullah binAmr0&<!$] 

Hadeeth : Nabi Muhammad ^Psaid, "Du'aa is the weapon of a 

believer." [MusnaduAbiYa'ala:1812,JaabirBinAbdullaah^i(j^l 

It is the duty of every Muslim to pass the Deen on to others. 
An effective way of fulfilling this duty is by giving speeches. It is 

therefore necessary to learn the art of giving a speech on any 
)eeni topic so that the message of Deen can be passed on to 
others. As this duty can only be fulfilled with the help of Allaah 
Ta'aala it will be necessary to draw his help by making du'aa. 
Therefore it will also be necessary to learn the method of making 
du'aa and to continue asking Allaah Ta'aala for his help. 



Guideline for the Teacher 

[The purpose of teaching this topic is to create the ability in 
every student to confidently deliver a speech on any Deeni topic 
before a gathering from a young age. Teach this speech to the 
students during the first two months, thereafter they should take 
aims to deliver it before the class. They should also learn the 

Qur'aanie Du'aas with the translations. 

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77ie Importance ofDeen 




My respected elders and friends ! It is a great favour of Allaah 
Ta'ala that He has made us muslims and created us in the ummah 
of Nabi Muhammad St. Allaah Ta'ala has granted us the best and 
the easiest Deen, so that we can lead our entire lives according to 
the commands of Allaah Ta'ala and in the manner shown to us by 
Nabi Muhammad A. 

If we practice Deen, we will have a pleasant life in this world 
and the everlasting Jannah in the hereafter. 

May Allaah Ta'ala grant all of us the ability to practice the 

entire Deen. Ameen! 

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[Suratul Baqarah : 201] 



Translation; Oh Allaah! Grant us the best in this world and the best 
in the hereafter and save us from the punishment of the fire. 



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Hh-r v-v^z-c^ vr" a i/"v-H vWhl/'C* 

Definition 



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Seerah : The life history of Nabi Muhammad ^p is called 
"Seerah". 




Words of Encouragement 



Translation: There is definitely an excellent example for you in 
the messenger of Allaah. [SuratuiAhzaab :2i] 

Hadeeth: Nabi Muhammad $$$* said, "None of you can be a true 
believer until I become more beloved to him than his parents, 
children and the whole of mankind." [Bukhaari ■ 1 5, Anas &&&] 

It i necessary for every muslim to read and learn the seerah of 
Nabi Muhammad j^§f* . This will create a love for him and will 
also help us to follow his way of life. 

The success of this world and the hereafter lies in following 
the way of life of our Nabi ^Pand failure in both the worlds is to 
go against his ways. 



Guidelines for the Teacher 



The same question and answers method has been adopted to 
explain the seerah as was done under the topic of "Islaamic 
knowledge". Important aspects of the life of Nabi Muhammad 
^£p have be complied. All the question and answers are to be 
taught collectively. 

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Question : 
Answer : 


WhoisaNabi? 

A Nabi is a pious servant of Allaah who conveys the 

commands of Allaah to the people. 




Question : 
Answer : 


What is the name of our Nabi 0t ? 

The name of our Nabi is Muhammad ^f . 

[Asseeratun Nabawiyyah Libni Hishaam : 1/237] 




Question : 
Answer : 


Where was our Nabi ^tP born? 
Our Nabi fJ$t was born in Makkah. 

[A'alaamun Nubuwwah : 1/198] 




Question : 
Answer : 


When was our Nabi j^£P born? 

Our Nabi j^tPwas born on Monday, during the month 

Of Rabee T ul AwwaL [Asseeratun Nabawiyyah Libni Hishaam : 1/294] 




Question : 
Answer : 


What was the name of our Nabi^P's father? 

The name of our Nabi ^P's father name was Abdullah. 

[Asseeratun Nabawiyyah Libni Hishaam : 1/294] 


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What was the name of our Nabi 0§**$ mother? 
The name of our Nabi ,#£P 'smother was Aaminah. 

[Asseeratun Nabawiyyah Libni Hishaam : 1/305] 




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Lesson Two 




Question : What was the name of our Nabi f ^*p's grandfather? 
Answer : The name of our Nabi j^P 's grandfather was Abdul 

Muttalib. [Asseeratun Nabawiyyah Libni Hishaam : 1/305] 



Question : What was the name of our Nabi ^PtP 's uncle who took 

care of him? 
Answer : The name of our Nabi fJ$t 's uncle who took care of 

him Was Abu Taalib, [Asseeratun Nabawiyyah Libni Hishaam : 1/318] 



Question : How many sons did our Nabi j^tP have? 
Answer : Our Nabij^tPhad three sons. ® Abdullaah £&ii#, 
(2) Qaasim£&^and (3) Ibraheem y&%& . 

[Asseeratun Nabawiyyah Libni Katheer: 1/264] 



Question : How many daughters did our Nabi f#£p have? 
Answer : Our Nabi f#^p had four daughters. (T) Zaynab |%% 

(2) Ruqayyahip3ji#, (3) Ummu Kulthoom \ffi)$ and 

Faatimaht^ij$. 

[Asseeratun Nabawiyyah Libni Hishaam 1/264, Ibnu Abbas &Jij$] 



Question : What was the age of our Nabi Muhammad ^^ ? 
Answer : Our Nabi $$$* was sixty-three years of age. 



[Bukhaari : 4466, Aa'ishah 0iijj#] 



Question : At what age did Nabi Mummad f ^P becomes Nabi? 
Answer : Our Nabi j^P become a Nabi at the age of forty. 

[Bukhaari : 3851, Abdullaah Bin Abbaasi^!] 



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Lesson Three 






Question ; What did the Arabs call as our Nabi Muhammad^eP ? 
Answer ; The Arabs called him As-Saadiq (the truthful) and 
Al-Ameen (the trustworthy). 



[Annubuwwa wal Ambiyaa fil Qur'aan Wassunnah ; 1/94] 



Question ; How many years did our Nabi f^p live in Makkah? 
Answer : Our Nabi ^tP lived for fifty-three years in Makkah. 

[Bukhaari : 3851, Abduilaah Bin Abbaas #ji^3 



Question : How many years did our Nabi *0$* live in Madinah? 
Answer : Our Nabi ^$P lived for ten years in Madinah. 

[Bukhaari : 3851, Abduilaah Bin Abbaas ]$%&] 



Question ; Who was the last Nabi? 

Answer : The last Nabi was Nabi Muhammad $$!$*. 

[Abu Dawood : 4252, Thowbaan tjfjjffi] 



Question ; Will another Nabi come after our Nabi f^P ? 
Answer : No Nabi will come after our Nabi ^§K 

[Abu Dawood : 4252, Thowbaan ^4$] 



Question : What are the people called to whom a Nabi is sent? 
Answer : The people to whom a Nabi is sent are called his 

Ummah. [Qaamoosul Muheet] 



Question : We are the Ummah of which Nabi? 

Answer : We are the Ummah of Nabi Muhammad ^P$K 



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Akhlaaqiyaat /" 

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"^0^[Deen Made Eas^r^tT^o- 
Definition 



Deen Made Easy : Deen is to lead our lives according to the 
commands of Allaah Ta'aala and the sunnah way of Nabi 
Muhammad^P. 



Words of Encouragement 



Hadeeth : Nabi Muhammad fj$^ said, "Deen is easy." 

[Sho'abul Imaan : 3881, Abu Hurairah^d#] 

The success of all mankind both in this world and the hereafter 
is in practising Deen. Deen is our great necessity just as water and 
air. Therefore, it is the duty of every Muslim to learn and practise 
Deen. Allaah Ta' aala had made Deen so easy that every person can 
practise upon it. 
Deen has five branches. There are Imaaniyaat (faith), 
baadaat (acts of worship), Mu'aamalaat (business dealings) 
Mu'aasharah (social life) and Akhlaaqiyaat (good character). The 
promise from Allaah Ta'aala of success in Deen depends on Deen 

being present in all five branches of life. 






Guidelines for the teacher 



Keeping in mind the Deeni upbringing of the students, we have 
explained that besides performing salaah and fasting, to lead our 
entire lives according to the commandments of Allaah Ta'aala and 
the way of Nabi Muhammad ^P is also Deen. 



Explain to the students that : 
Imaaniyaat (Faith) are things that one should sincerely 
believe in. 



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" Mu'aamlaat " 

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Ibaadaat (Acts of Worship) are to perform salaah, to fast, to 
pay zakaah and to perform hajj etc. 



Mu'aamalaat (Business Dealings) are the ways of 
conducting our transactions like buying and selling. 



Mu'aasharah (Social Life) is the manner of behaving with 
the people one frequently meets. 



Akhlaaqiyaat (Good Character) are the inner qualities of a 
person, i.e. to be good, to be truthful etc. 



The Ahaadeeth mentioned under the subject "Hifzul- 
Hadeeth" are kept in mind for the preparation of these 
lessons. Whatever has been mentioned before lesson No.l 
regarding the five branches of Deen should be repeated 
before every lesson. All the advices given in each lesson 
should be instilled in the minds of the students and they 
should be encouraged to practice accordingly. 



Allaah Ta'ala has placed the success of 

all mankind in this world and the hereafter in Deen 

and there are five branches of Deen: 





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Imaaniyaat 

(Faith) 



Ibaadaat 

(Acts of Worship) 



Mu'aamalaat 

(Business Dealings) 



Mu'aasharah 

(Social Life) 



Akhlaaqiyaat 

(Good Character) 



To fulfill the commands of Allaah Ta'aala as shown to us by 
Nabi Muhammad ^P in all these branches is called Deen. 



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[Sho'abul Imaan : 3881, Abu Hurairaht^i^] 

Translation : Deen is easy. 
Our religion is Islaam. 



Islam is very easy. 



Everyone can practise Islaam. 



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[Tirmidhi : 4, Jaabir^i^] 

Translation : Salaah is the key to Jannah. 
One's sins are forgiven by performing salaah. 



O Allaah Ta'aala is pleased with one who perform salaah. 



Allaah Ta'aala grants Jannah to one who performs salaah. 



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[Tirmidhi : 1315, Abu Hurairah t%j$$\ 

Translation : He who cheats is not one of us (Muslim). 
O Cheating is a bad habit. 



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Cheating displeases Allaah Ta'aala. 



We should not cheat anyone. 



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Lesson 4 Hadeeth(J) On Mu'aasharah 



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[Tirmidhi : 2699, Jaabir^i^] 

Translation : Make salaam before talking. 
O To greet with salaam increases love. 



When you meet someone, first greet with salaam. 



When entering the house or class greet with salaam. 



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[Muslim : 6805, Abdullah bin Mas'ood &jj$] 

Translation : Always speak the truth. 
Islaam teaches us to always speak the truth. 



O Allaah Ta'aala is pleased with one who speaks the truth. 



O Always keep away from speaking lies. 



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Definition 

Arabic : Arabic is the language spoken by the Arabs. 

Words of Encouragement 



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Qur'aan: %>j& tJ^jS 3JL)jj' U| [SuratuYusuf:2] 

Translation : Indeed, We have revealed the Qur'aan in the Arabic 
language. 

Every Muslim should have a deep love for the Arabic 
language. He should make an effort to learn it because it is the 
language of Islaam, the language of the Qur'aan, the language of 
our Nabi ^p and the language of the people of Jannah. 

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included in the first year of the Arabic syllabus. These simple 
words are to be taught collectively in the first two months of this 
year so that the students become familiar with the Arabic 
language. The last letter of each word should be read with a 
sukoon. E.g. B j \1& should be read as 8 j U£ During revision alter 
the order and ask the students randomly. 

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Urdu : The language generally spoken by the 
Muslims of India is called Urdu. 



Words of Encouragement 









Urdu is an excellent and sweet language. Our 
pious elders have written many books explaining 
the meanings of the Qur'aan and Hadeeth in 
simple words. To understand and benefit from 
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language. Therefore, we should make an effort to 
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Single letters, joined letters, Waaw and year with a zabar 
before it, Waaw and Yaa ma 'roof and majhool two letter and three 
letter words have been included in the Urdu syllabus of this year. 
Teach the students collectively from the blackboard and explain 
all forms of letters clearly. 

Points Worth Consideration 

Explain all the letters that have simple shapes e.g j<> c^<^ 

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can explain to the students during the lesson. 

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Questions for the First Month 








Qur'aan 



Hadeeth 



Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 



Read the following Letters 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Recite the Ta'awwudh and Tasmiyah. 



Du'aa and 
Sunnah 



Recite the Du'aa before Eating, the Du'aa when 
one Forgets to recite the Du'aa before Eating and 
the Du'aa after Eating. 



Recite the Al-Kalimatut Tayyibah. 



(Beliefs) lDe " eTS; 

and Recite At-Takbeeratut Tahreemah. (2) Recite 

Masaa'il Salaah : the Tasbeeh of Ruku. (3) What should be recited 
( Rules ) when getting up from Ruku? 



Islaamic Islaamic 
Upbringing Knowledge 



OQ What does Islaam teach? 
(2) What is the Kalimah of Islaam? 



Language Arabic 



What is 2, 3, 5, 7 and 9 in Arabic. 



Questions for the Second Month 



Qur'aan 



Nooraani Read the following Letters: 
Qaa'idah : -{&c*£kOc^c^ 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Recite the first four aayaat of Suratul Faatihah. 



Hadeeth 
Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Du'aa and 
Sunnah 



What is the Sunnah Way of Eating. 



Aqaa'id 
(Beliefs) 



Recite Al-Kalimatut Tayyibah with its translation. 



Salaah 



(T) What is recited when standing up from the 
Ruku? (2) Recite the Tasbeeh of Sajdah? 



Islaamic Islaamic . (T) In front of whom do you bow your head? 
Upbringing Knowledge ' (f\ Who listens to our du'aas? 



Language 



Arabic 



What are bus, thank you, water, rice, bread, salt, 
chillies, gravy and meat in Arabic? 



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Hadeeth 



Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

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Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



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Nooraani . ( J^j ^jffeu^^f>fiuf*u^ ( *+&•$ 
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Hifdhus 
Surahs 



: Recite Suratul Faatihah. 



Du'aa and . What is the Sunnah Way of Drinking Water, Recite 
Sunnah ' the Du'aas before Sleeping and after Waking Up. 



Aqaa'id 
(Beliefs) 



: Recite Al-Kalimatush Shahaadah. 



Salaah 



: Recite the Thanaa. 



Islaamic . CQ What does the Qur'aan teach? 
Knowledge " ©Will there be life after death? 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 

Read the following Letters: 
Language Arabic ? > > ", f h > 7 *> 



Questions for the Fourth Month 



Qur'aan 



Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 



Read the following words: *4*3f Jj^pf^oAf^pJ 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Recite the first three aayaat of Suratul Lahab. 



Hadeeth 



Du'aa and . Recite the Du'aas before Entering and after 
Sunnah ' Leaving the Toilet. 



Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Aqaa'id 
(Beliefs) 



Recite Al-Kalimatush Shahaadah with its translation. 



Salaah 



Recite the At-Tashahhud. 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Islaamic . How many well known angels are there and what 
Knowledge ' are their names? 



Language 



Arabic 



Read the following Letters: 



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Qur'aan 



Hadeeth 



Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 



Read the following Words: 






Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Recite Suratul Lahab and Suratul Ikhlaas. 



What should be recited when blessed with 
Du'aa and . something? What should be said when meeting a 
Sunnah " Muslim? What should be recited when doing 

something good? 



^ieflf Ac l aa ' id ■ Recite Al-Kalimatut Tayyibah and Al-Kalimatush 



(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



(Beliefs) ' Shahaadah with its translation. 



Salaah 



Recite the At-Tashahhud. 



Islaamic Islaamic 



J) Howmanythingsmakeupthefoundationoflslaam? 



Upbringing 



3 . (2) During which month is fasting Fardh? 

(3) What is the most important act of worship in Islaam? 



Language Arabic 
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Questions for the Sixth Month 



Qur'aan 



Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 



Read the following words: c<3^^\/i$£>Jz c<hj±$ 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Recite Suratul Falaq. 



Hadeeth 
Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 

Al-Asmaa 
-ul-Husna 

Masaa'il 
(Rules) 



Recite Hadeeth No. 1 . 



Recite the Names of Allaah 1 , 2 and 3 



What are the Faraa'idh of Ghusl. 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Seerah 



CO Who is a Nabi? 

(2) What is the name of our Nabi ? 



Language 



Urdu 



Read the following words: 



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Qur'aan 



Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 



Read the following words: 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Recite Suraun Naas. 



Hadeeth 
Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



Recite Hadeeth No. 2 



Al-Asmaa 
-ul-Husna 



Recite the Names of Allaah 4, 5 and 6. 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Language 



Masaa'il 
(Rules) 



What are the Faraa'idh of Wudhu. 



Seerah 



What were the names of Nabi Muhammad ^P's 
mother and father? 



Urdu 



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Questions for the Eighth Month 



Qur'aan 



Hadeeth 



Nooraani 



Read the following words: 



Qaa'idah : -^A&&^%6&£<d$tf<3'k<{J 



Hifdhus . Recite the Ta'wwudh, Tasmiyah and Suratul 

Surahs Faatihah. 

Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



Recite Hadeeth No. 3. 



Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Al-Asmaa 
-ul-Husna 



Recite the names of Allaah 7, 8 and 9. 



Masaa'il . How many salaahs are Fardh for a Muslim daily 
(Rules) " and name them? 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Seerah 



(T) How many sons did our Nabi 0$* have? 

(2) How many daughters did our Nabi fM* have? 



Language 



Urdu 



Read the following words: 



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Hadeeth 



Nooraani 
Qaa'idah 



Read the following words: 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Recite Suratul Lahab and Suratul Ikhlaas. 



Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



Recite Hadeeth No. 4. 



Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 

Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Al-Asmaa 
-ul-Husna 



Recite the Names of Allaah 10, 11 and 12. 



Masaa'il 
(Rules) 



How many Rakaahs are three in every salaah? 



Seerah 



What did the Arabs call our Nabi f^l 



Language Urdu 



Read the following sentences: 



Questions for the Tenth Month 



Qur'aan 



Read the following words: 
Nooraani £ g { J° ^ 9 y ) • 

Qaa'idah ' ^i^ttyit^€^c\^e{^^€^^yLL^t^^ 



Hifdhus 
Surahs 



Recite Suratul Falaq and Suratun Naas. 



Hadeeth 
Aqaa'id 

(Beliefs) 

and 
Masaa'il 

(Rules) 



Hifdhul 
Hadeeth 



Recite Hadeeth No. 5. 



Al-Asmaa 
-ul-Husna 



Recite the Names of Allaah 1 to 15. 



Masaa'il 
(Rules) 



What are the conditions of salaah ? 



Islaamic 
Upbringing 



Seerah 



(T) Who was the last Nabi? 

(2) Will another Nabi come after our Nabi MP? 



Language Urdu 



Read the following words: 



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M 


















Parent's 
signature 


Teacher's 
signature 









MAY 


Date 


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A 


M 




1 


F 


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A 


M 




2 


F 


z 


A 


M 




3 


F 


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A 


M 




4 


F 


z 


A 


M 




5 


F 


z 


A 


M 




6 


F 


z 


A 


M 




7 


F 


z 


A 


M 




8 


F 


z 


A 


M 




9 


F 


z 


A 


M 




10 


F 


z 


A 


M 




11 


F 


z 


A 


M 




12 


F 


z 


A 


M 




13 


F 


z 


A 


M 




14 


F 


z 


A 


M 




15 


F 


z 


A 


M 




16 


F 


z 


A 


M 




17 


F 


z 


A 


M 




18 


F 


z 


A 


M 




19 


F 


z 


A 


M 




20 


F 


z 


A 


M 




21 


F 


z 


A 


M 




22 


F 


z 


A 


M 




23 


F 


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A 


M 




24 


F 


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A 


M 




25 


F 


z 


A 


M 




26 


F 


z 


A 


M 




27 


F 


z 


A 


M 




28 


F 


z 


A 


M 




29 


F 


z 


A 


M 




30 


F 


z 


A 


M 




31 


F 


z 


A 


M 






Parent's 
signature 


Teacher's 
signature 



JUNE 


Date 


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Z 


A 


M 




1 


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A 


M 




2 


F 


z 


A 


M 




3 


F 


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A 


M 




4 


F 


z 


A 


M 




5 


F 


z 


A 


M 




6 


F 


z 


A 


M 




7 


F 


z 


A 


M 




8 


F 


z 


A 


M 




9 


F 


z 


A 


M 




10 


F 


z 


A 


M 




11 


F 


z 


A 


M 




12 


F 


z 


A 


M 




13 


F 


z 


A 


M 




14 


F 


z 


A 


M 




15 


F 


z 


A 


M 




16 


F 


z 


A 


M 




17 


F 


z 


A 


M 




18 


F 


z 


A 


M 




19 


F 


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A 


M 




20 


F 


z 


A 


M 




21 


F 


z 


A 


M 




22 


F 


z 


A 


M 




23 


F 


z 


A 


M 




24 


F 


z 


A 


M 




25 


F 


z 


A 


M 




26 


F 


z 


A 


M 




27 


F 


z 


A 


M 




28 


F 


z 


A 


M 




29 


F 


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A 


M 




30 


F 


z 


A 


M 


















Parent's 
signature 


Teacher's 
signature 



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Date 


F 


Z 


A 


M 


1 


1 


F 


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A 


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2 


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A 


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3 


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A 


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4 


F 


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A 


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5 


F 


z 


A 


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6 


F 


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A 


M 




7 


F 


z 


A 


M 




8 


F 


z 


A 


M 




9 


F 


z 


A 


M 




10 


F 


z 


A 


M 




11 


F 


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A 


M 




12 


F 


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A 


M 




13 


F 


z 


A 


M 




14 


F 


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A 


M 




15 


F 


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A 


M 




16 


F 


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A 


M 




17 


F 


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A 


M 




18 


F 


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A 


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19 


F 


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A 


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20 


F 


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A 


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21 


F 


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A 


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22 


F 


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A 


M 




23 


F 


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A 


M 




24 


F 


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A 


M 




25 


F 


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A 


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26 


F 


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A 


M 




27 


F 


z 


A 


M 


. 


28 


F 


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A 


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29 


F 


z 


A 


M 




30 


F 


z 


A 


M 




31 


F 


z 


A 


M 





AUGUST 



Parent's 
signature 



Teacher's 
signature 



Date 


F 


Z 


A 


M 




1 


F 


z 


A 


M 




2 


F 


z 


A 


M 




3 


F 


z 


A 


M 




4 


F 


z 


A 


M 




5 


F 


z 


A 


M 




6 


F 


z 


A 


M 




7 


F 


z 


A 


M 




8 


F 


z 


A 


M 




9 


F 


z 


A 


M 




10 


F 


z 


A 


M 




11 


F 


z 


A 


M 




12 


F 


z 


A 


M 




13 


F 


z 


A 


M 




14 


F 


z 


A 


M 




15 


F 


z 


A 


M 




16 


F 


z 


A 


M 




17 


F 


z 


A 


M 




18 


F 


z 


A 


M 




19 


F 


z 


A 


M 




20 


F 


z 


A 


M 




21 


F 


z 


A 


M 




22 


F 


z 


A 


M 




23 


F 


z 


A 


M 




24 


F 


z 


A 


M 




25 


F 


z 


A 


M 




26 


F 


z 


A 


M 




27 


F 


z 


A 


M 




28 


F 


z 


A 


M 




29 


F 


z 


A 


M 




30 


F 


z 


A 


M 




31 


F 


z 


A 


M 






Parent's 
signature 


Teacher's 
signature 













SEPT 


Date 


F 


Z 


A 


M 




1 


F 


z 


A 


M 




2 


F 


z 


A 


M 




3 


F 


z 


A 


M 




4 


F 


z 


A 


M 




5 


F 


z 


A 


M 




6 


F 


z 


A 


M 




7 


F 


z 


A 


M 




8 


F 


z 


A 


M 




9 


F 


z 


A 


M 




10 


F 


z 


A 


M 




11 


F 


z 


A 


M 




12 


F 


z 


A 


M 




13 


F 


z 


A 


M 




14 


F 


z 


A 


M 




15 


F 


z 


A 


M 




16 


F 


z 


A 


M 




17 


F 


z 


A 


M 




18 


F 


z 


A 


M 




19 


F 


z 


A 


M 




20 


F 


z 


A 


M 




21 


F 


z 


A 


M 




22 


F 


z 


A 


M 




23 


F 


z 


A 


M 




24 


F 


z 


A 


M 




25 


F 


z 


A 


M 




26 


F 


z 


A 


M 




27 


F 


z 


A 


M 




28 


F 


z 


A 


M 




29 


F 


z 


A 


M 




30 


F 


z 


A 


M 

















Parent's 
signature 



Teacher's 
signature 



147 







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OCTOBER 



Date 


F 


Z 


A 


M 


1 


1 


F 


z 


A 


M 




2 


F 


z 


A 


M 




3 


F 


z 


A 


M 




4 


F 


z 


A 


M 




5 


F 


z 


A 


M 




6 


F 


z 


A 


M 




7 


F 


z 


A 


M 




8 


F 


z 


A 


M 




9 


F 


z 


A 


M 




10 


F 


z 


A 


M 




11 


F 


z 


A 


M 




12 


F 


z 


A 


M 




13 


F 


z 


A 


M 




14 


F 


z 


A 


M 




15 


F 


z 


A 


M 




16 


F 


z 


A 


M 




17 


F 


z 


A 


M 




18 


F 


z 


A 


M 




19 


F 


z 


A 


M 




20 


F 


z 


A 


M 




21 


F 


z 


A 


M 




22 


F 


z 


A 


M 




23 


F 


z 


A 


M 




24 


F 


z 


A 


M 




25 


F 


z 


A 


M 




26 


F 


z 


A 


M 




27 


F 


z 


A 


M 


. 


28 


F 


z 


A 


M 




29 


F 


z 


A 


M 




30 


F 


z 


A 


M 




31 


F 


z 


A 


M 






Parent's 
signature 


Teacher's 
signature 





MB 




NOVE 


ER 


Date 


F 


Z 


A 


M 




1 


F 


z 


A 


M 




2 


F 


z 


A 


M 




3 


F 


z 


A 


M 




4 


F 


z 


A 


M 




5 


F 


z 


A 


M 




6 


F 


z 


A 


M 




7 


F 


z 


A 


M 




8 


F 


z 


A 


M 




9 


F 


z 


A 


M 




10 


F 


z 


A 


M 




11 


F 


z 


A 


M 




12 


F 


z 


A 


M 




13 


F 


z 


A 


M 




14 


F 


z 


A 


M 




15 


F 


z 


A 


M 




16 


F 


z 


A 


M 




17 


F 


z 


A 


M 




18 


F 


z 


A 


M 




19 


F 


z 


A 


M 




20 


F 


z 


A 


M 




21 


F 


z 


A 


M 




22 


F 


z 


A 


M 




23 


F 


z 


A 


M 




24 


F 


z 


A 


M 




25 


F 


z 


A 


M 




26 


F 


z 


A 


M 




27 


F 


z 


A 


M 




28 


F 


z 


A 


M 




29 


F 


z 


A 


M 




30 


F 


z 


A 


M 


















Parent's 
signature 


Teacher's 
signature 



DECEMBER 



Date 


F 


Z 


A 


M 




1 


F 


z 


A 


M 




2 


F 


z 


A 


M 




3 


F 


z 


A 


M 




4 


F 


z 


A 


M 




5 


F 


z 


A 


M 




6 


F 


z 


A 


M 




7 


F 


z 


A 


M 




8 


F 


z 


A 


M 




9 


F 


z 


A 


M 




10 


F 


z 


A 


M 




11 


F 


z 


A 


M 




12 


F 


z 


A 


M 




13 


F 


z 


A 


M 




14 


F 


z 


A 


M 




15 


F 


z 


A 


M 




16 


F 


z 


A 


M 




17 


F 


z 


A 


M 




18 


F 


z 


A 


M 




19 


F 


z 


A 


M 




20 


F 


z 


A 


M 




21 


F 


z 


A 


M 




22 


F 


z 


A 


M 




23 


F 


z 


A 


M 




24 


F 


z 


A 


M 




25 


F 


z 


A 


M 




26 


F 


z 


A 


M 




27 


F 


z 


A 


M 




28 


F 


z 


A 


M 




29 


F 


z 


A 


M 




30 


F 


z 


A 


M 




31 


F 


z 


A 


M 






Parent's 
signature 


Teacher's 
signature 



148 



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MONTHS 


Total 
days 


Present 


Absent 


Fees 


Teacher's 
signature 


Parent's 
signature 


JANUARY 














FEBRUARY 














MARCH 














APRIL 














MAY 














JUNE 














JULY 














AUGUST 














SEPTEMBER 














OCTOBER 














NOVEMBER 














DECEMBER 















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